Quiz: Separation Anxiety Disorder
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An important part of normal development is an infant’s growing attachment to its parents. As this bond strengthens, the infant may express fear or anxiety when the parents leave. This “separation anxiety” typically begins at around 8 months of age and resolves at around 24 months of age. Which of the following is the normal and expected infant behavior in reaction to a parent leaving the room during the time period of separation anxiety?

  • A.


  • B.


  • C.

    Showing no emotion

  • D.

    Turning away from the parent

Am I correct?