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Priming behaviour

Priming behaviour

Research suggests that young children can develop fears simply by watching their parents. If a mother of a 1- or 2-year old behaved anxiously around strangers, the child was more likely to show fear and avoid strangers.

You may be able to help your child simply by adjusting your own behaviour. If you don't want your child to fear something like spiders, you might want to mask your own fear when you come in contact with one.

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