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  • Infants begin with instinctive strategies such as smiling and reaching, and through behavioral learning develop an increasing array of ways to gain protection from danger from their caregivers.

  • Both Main and Crittenden realized that the criteria Ainsworth was using did not allow for the attachment classification of a significant number of children.

  • Infants classified as anxious-avoidant A represented a puzzle in the early 1970s.

In the United States, about seventy percent of middle-class babies present secure attachment in this study.

  • Vol20No03Man01 Key words: Transitional care, transitions, older adults, multiple chronic conditions, family caregivers, care experience, health outcomes, hospitalizations, resource use, care management, evidence-based practice Findings from multiple studies reinforce the poorly managed healthcare needs of older adults.

  • Naylor has partnered with leaders of health systems, payers, and other stakeholders.

  • Congress on policies designed to offer a more promising future for Medicare beneficiaries.