More Secure Attachments
A study showed that increased physical contact resulted in significantly more secure attachment between mothers and infants. They observed that 83% of infants held in baby carriers were securely attached versus 38% in the control group (given infant seats) at 13 months of age. The presumed reason being that carrying the baby leads the parent to provide faster responses to the infant's crying and cues, resulting in the infant feeling more secure. The analysis even showed that sling-wearing positively affected infant-mother attachment beyond that which was attributed to increased responsiveness of the mother when wearing the baby close.
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