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'''Stranger reactions''' are the [[emotional responses]] given by people of all ages to unfamiliar people. In children for example it is clear that strangers can invoke [[fear]], particularly if [[attachment behavior]] is problematic and [[separation anxiety]] is triggered.
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'''Stranger reactions''' are the [[emotional responses]] given by people of all ages to [[unfamiliar people]]. In children for example it is clear that strangers can invoke [[fear]], particularly if [[attachment behavior]] is problematic and [[separation anxiety]] is triggered.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Familiarity]]
 
*[[Familiarity]]
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*[[Stranger anxiety]]
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*[[Strange situation]]
 
*[[Social perception]]
 
*[[Social perception]]
   

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Stranger reactions are the emotional responses given by people of all ages to unfamiliar people. In children for example it is clear that strangers can invoke fear, particularly if attachment behavior is problematic and separation anxiety is triggered.

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