While all kids are aggressive sometimes, insecurely attached boys are especially likely to kick others, disobey and be generally destructive, the study found. This type of coping strategy is optimal for development, psychologists think. Securely attached babies and toddlers cry out or become visibly upset when stressed and turn to a caregiver for comfort. Gender strongly influences how attachment style affects later behavior. The study also looked at two insecure styles of attachment. And babies of parents that overly stress independence tend to become avoidant.
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