The 'Strange Situation' is a laboratory procedure used to assess infant patterns of attachment to their caregiver.
In the procedure, the mother and infant are placed in an unfamiliar playroom equipped with toys while a researcher observes/records the procedure through a one-way mirror.
When at home in Los Angeles she choreographs and teaches and continues to study various forms of dance.
Attachment in children is "a biological instinct in which proximity to an attachment figure is sought when the child senses or perceives threat or discomfort.
Their communications are either out of synch, or mismatched.
When he is distressed, she knows what kinds and degree of soothing he requires to comfort him – and she knows that sometimes a few words or a distraction will be all that is needed.Avagyan’s fiancée confirmed the news of Lilit being preggy back in October 2012 saying the couple was “pretty excited” The 5′ 6″ knock out speaks English, Russian and Armenian.Lilit was born on November 30, 1987 to 59-year-old Avag Avagyan and 52-year-old Juleta from Chatsworth, CA.The procedure consists of eight sequential episodes in which the child experiences both separation from and reunion with the mother as well as the presence of an unfamiliar stranger.Mainly on the basis of their reunion behaviours (although other behaviours are taken into account) in the Strange Situation Paradigm (Ainsworth et al., 1978; see below), infants can be categorized into three 'organized' attachment categories: Secure (Group B); Avoidant (Group A); and Anxious/Resistant (Group C).