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Children's Reactions to Hospitalization Parental rooming-in was the focus of Fletcher's work (1981). Fletcher hypothesized that the child from 6 months to 3 years of age is particularly influenced by the separation from this attachment figure, since this is the period of development when the child is learning whom he can depend on to meet his needs. Fletcher asked how the child reacts to the mother who is rooming-in during the period of hospitalization. Utilizing a single case study design, he investigated the avoidance, approach, and reactive behaviors of a 20-month-old child hospitalized for repair of a hypospadias.