Michael Rutter (1978) points out several indicators of attachment for a variety of attachment figures. Critics like Rutter criticised Bowlby’s theory for not distinguishing between deprivation and privation. Rutter stresses that the quality of the attachment bond in the critical period. Rutter (1981) argued that if a child fails to develop an emotional bond, its privation whereas deprivation refers to the loss or damage of attachment. Rutter proposed that privation is likely to lead, initially, to clinging, dependant behaviour, attention seeking and indiscriminate friendliness. As the child matures, they develop an inability to keep rules, form lasting relationships, or feel guilt.