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Kids 10 mo girl cries with grandma

A 10-month-old girl cries when her mother tries to put her in her grandmother's arms. She happily allowed herself to be held when her grandmother visited 2 months ago. Which of the following best explains this behavior?

(A) Development of problems with socialization
(B) Maltreatment by the grandmother
(C) Sensation of a poor relationship between the mother and the grandmother
(D) Separation anxiety disorder
(E) Stranger anxiety
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i think it is (E) Stranger anxiety
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i agree, i think it's E too.
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i think it should be (D)
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its stranger anxiety, separation anxiety occurs at 15 months.
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yes u're ryte dr.ayash. separation anxiety's after 15months (some say 12 tho)

the answer is stranger anxiety.
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