Secure attachment is a necessary precursor of the ability to regulate affect and to reflect on the emotional functioning of self and others (Fonagy, 2001). In: Cassidy J, Shaver PR, editors. Past research with the Berkeley Adult Attachment Interview demonstrates that retrospectively defined earned–secures (who coherently describe negative childhood experiences) parent as effectively as do continuous–secures (who coherently describe positive childhood experiences), but manifest liabilities in the form of depressive symptomatology. Inge Bretherton 42. Bowlby J. Attachment and loss: retrospect and prospect. Human Behavior and the Social Environment 19:910:502. Add to Collection. University. Uses two major concepts from this work to interpret refinements and elaborations of attachment theory attibuted to Mary Ainsworth. Estimated H-index: 42 (CSU: Colorado State University) Find in Lib. Am J Orthopsychiat. University. Past research with the Berkeley Adult Attachment Interview demonstrates that retrospectively defined earned–secures (who coherently describe negative childhood experiences) parent as effectively as do continuous–secures (who coherently describe positive childhood experiences), but manifest liabilities in the form of depressive symptomatology. Considers how … 1982; 52:664–678. Provides overview of attachment theory as parented by John Bowlby in "Attachment and Loss". Bretherton, Inge. Results from a Hidden Photon Dark Matter Search Using a Multi-Cathode Counter A. Kopylov,1 I. Orekhov, V. Petukhov Institute for Nuclear Research RAS, prospect 60-letiya Octyabrya 7a, Moscow 117312, Russia E-mail:beril@inr.ru Abstract. 2 Abstract Past research with the Berkeley Adult Attachment Interview demonstrates that retrospectively defined earned-secures (who … Guilford Press; New York: 1999. pp. DOI : 10 .2307/3333824 Copy DOI. Bowlby, J. … Attachment and loss - Retrospect and prospect. 1982; 52:664–678. Rutgers University. Course. Earned-Secure Attachment Status in Retrospect and Prospect Glenn I. Roisman Elena Padrón L. Alan Sroufe Byron Egeland In press, Child Development to appear July/August, 2002 PLEASE DO NOT QUOTE OR DISTRIBUTE WITHOUT CONSENT OF AUTHORS . [Google Scholar] 9. Earned-Secure Attachment Status in Retrospect and Prospect Glenn I. Roisman Elena Padrón L. Alan Sroufe Byron Egeland In press, Child Development to appear July/August, 2002 PLEASE DO NOT QUOTE OR DISTRIBUTE WITHOUT CONSENT OF AUTHORS. Attachment and loss - Retrospect and prospect. Am J Orthopsychiat. This chapter has several major aims. As Ainsworth (1982, 1989) and Bowlby (1979, 1980) pointed out, all infants develop some form of attachment to their primary caregiver. Secure attachment is a necessary precursor of the ability to regulate affect and to reflect on the emotional functioning of self and others (Fonagy, 2001).

Notes about Attachment and loss, Retrospect and prospect, from Professor Clarke-Addison's class. Notes about Attachment and loss, Retrospect and prospect, from Professor Clarke-Addison's class. As Ainsworth (1982, 1989) and Bowlby (1979, 1980) pointed out, all infants develop some form of attachment to their primary caregiver. Attachment and Loss Retrospect and Prospect. In: Cassidy J, Shaver PR, editors. Title: Attachment Theory: Retrospect and Prospect Created Date: 20160808054518Z Rutgers University. [Google Scholar] 9. 89–114. Cite. Indeed, attachment began at infancy and continued throughout life. Bretherton I, Munholland KA. Bowlby J. Attachment and loss: retrospect and prospect. Attachment Theory: Retrospect and Prospect. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, v50 n1-2 p3-35 1985. Internal working models in attachment relationships: a construct revisited. Separation from parents during childhood trauma predicts adult attachment security and post-traumatic stress disorder - Volume 47 Issue 11 - R. A. Bryant, M. Creamer, M. O'Donnell, D. Forbes, K. L. Felmingham, D. Silove, G. Malhi, M. van Hoof, A. C. McFarlane, A. Nickerson . (1982).
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