Observe the infant when placed 5-10 feet away from the parent or familiar adult.
No elicitation is needed.
The infant will scoot or crawl to be near the adult. If seated too far away the infant will cry.
Being near an adult provides the child with a sense of security.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 2015
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