Infant accessory edit The accessory system acts to realize or keep proximity into the accessory figure.
This system is not activated, and the infant can direct its attention to the outside world in close physical proximity. Within accessory theory, attachment means â€œa biological instinct for which proximity to an attachment figure is looked for if the son or daughter sensory faculties or perceives risk or vexation. Accessory behaviour anticipates an answer because of the accessory figure that may remove threat or discomfortâ€.
John Bowlby starts by noting that organisms at various quantities of the scale that is phylogenetic instinctive behavior in