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Attachment Theory Six-Volume Set

by Arietta Slade and Jeremy Holmes SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
11/2013
ISBN:
9781446254615
Format:
Hbk 2416 pages
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From its origins in the 1950s with the work of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, Attachment Theory has expanded over the ensuing half century to become a central psychobiological paradigm in developmental and clinical psychology. Carefully compiled by an editorial partnership that spans both sides of the Atlantic, this new four-volume major work seeks to bring together for the first time important original papers on the subject of Attachment, making it an invaluable resource for scholars in areas from nursing to psychiatry. Opening with a newly-written introductory chapter which aims to provide a contextualising map of the field, the set is carefully divided into four volumes: Volume One: The Origins and Foundations of Attachment Theory Volume Two: The Establishment of the Attachment Paradigm Volume Three: Into the 21st Century: The Broadening Scope of Attachment Volume Four: Clinical Applications of Attachment

VOLUME ONE
John Bowlby
Responses of Young Children to Separation from Their Mothers - J. Robertson and John Bowlby
Observations of the Sequences of Response of Children Aged 18 to 24 Months during the Course of Separation
Can I Leave My Baby? - John Bowlby
The Nature of the Child's Tie to His Mother - John Bowlby
Separation Anxiety - John Bowlby
Processes of Mourning - John Bowlby
On Knowing What You Are Not Supposed to Know and Feeling What You Are Not Supposed to Feel - John Bowlby
Psychoanalysis as a Natural Science - John Bowlby
Violence in the Family as a Disorder of the Attachment and Care-Giving Systems - John Bowlby
Developmental Psychiatry Comes of Age - John Bowlby
PART TWO: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND IMMEDIATE IMPACT
The Nature of Love - Harry Harlow
Effects of Bereavement on Physical and Mental Health - C. Parkes
A Study of the Medical Records of Widows
Attachment Behavior out of Doors - J. Anderson
John Bowlby and Ethology - Frank Van der Horst, René Van der Veer and Marinus van IJzendoorn
An Annotated Interview with Robert Hinde
The Origins of Attachment Theory - Inge Bretherton
John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth
'Something There Is That Doesn't Love a Wall' - Jeremy Holmes
John Bowlby, Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis
VOLUME TWO
PART ONE: THE EARLY CRITICS
Discussion of Dr. John Bowlby's Paper - Anna Freud
Discussion of Dr. John Bowlby's Paper - René Spitz
A Cultural Anthropologist's Approach to Maternal Deprivation - Margaret Mead
Maternal Deprivation, 1972-1978 - Michael Rutter
New Findings, New Concepts, New Approaches
PART TWO: MARY AINSWORTH AND THE STRANGE SITUATION
The Development of Infant-Mother Interaction among the Ganda - Mary Ainsworth
Attachment and Exploratory Behavior of One-Year-Olds in a Strange Situation - Mary Ainsworth and B.A. Wittig
Individual Differences in Strange-Situation Behavior of One-Year-Olds - Mary Ainsworth, Sylvia Bell and D.J. Stayton
Attachment and Dependency - Mary Ainsworth
A Comparison
The Development of Infant-Mother Attachment - Mary Ainsworth
Infant-Mother Attachment and Social Development - Mary Ainsworth, Sylvia Bell and D.J. Stayton
Socialization as a Product of Reciprocal Responsiveness to Signals
Infant-Mother Attachment - Mary Ainsworth
Mary D. Salter Ainsworth - Mary Ainsworth
An Ethological Approach to Personality Development - Mary Ainsworth and John Bowlby
PART THREE: THE MINNESOTA STUDIES
Attachment as Organizational Construct - L. Alan Sroufe and Everett Waters
The Reliability and Stability of Individual Differences in Infant-Mother Attachment - Everett Waters
Continuity of Adaptation in the Second Year - Leah Matas, Richard Arend and L. Alan Sroufe
The Relationship between Quality of Attachment and Later Competence
The Coherence of Individual Development - L. Alan Sroufe
Early Care, Attachment and Subsequent Developmental Issues
Differences in Infant-Mother Attachment at 12 and 18 Months - Brian Vaughn et al
Stability and Change in Families under Stress
VOLUME THREE
PART ONE: CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES
German Children's Behavior towards Their Mothers at 12 Months and Their Fathers at 18 Months in Ainsworth's Strange Situation - Klaus Grossman et al
The Secure-Base Phenomenon across Cultures - German Posada et al
Children's Behavior, Mothers' Preferences and Experts' Concepts
PART TWO: MARY MAIN: THE ADULT ATTACHMENT INTERVIEW AND DISCOVERY OF THE DISORGANIZED PATTERN OF ATTACHMENT
The Quality of the Toddler's Relationship to Mother and to Father - Mary Main and Donna Weston
Related to Conflict Behavior and the Readiness to Establish New Relationships
Security in Infancy, Childhood and Adulthood - Mary Main, Nancy Kaplan and Jude Cassidy
A Move to the Level of Representation
Procedures for Identifying Infants as Disorganized/Disoriented during the Ainsworth Strange Situation - Mary Main and J. Solomon
Parents' Unresolved Traumatic Experiences Are Related to Infant Disorganized Attachment Status - Mary Main and Erik Hesse
Is Frightened and/or Frightening Parental Behavior the Linking Mechanism?
Metacognitive knowledge, metacognitive monitoring, and singular (coherent) vs. multiple (incoherent) models of attachment: Findings and directions for future research - Mary Main
Discourse, Memory and the Adult Attachment Interview - Erik Hesse
A Note with Emphasis on the Emerging Cannot Classify Category
The Organized Categories of Infant, Child and Adult Attachment - Mary Main
Flexible versus Inflexible Attention under Attachment-Related Stress
Disorganized Infant, Child and Adult Attachment - Erik Hesse and Mary Main
Collapse in Behavioral and Attentional Strategies
PART THREE: FURTHER STUDIES OF DISORGANIZED ATTACHMENT
Attachment and Early Maltreatment - Byron Egeland and L. Alan Sroufe
Disorganized/Disoriented Attachment Relationships in Maltreated Infants - Vicki Carlson et al
Attachment organization in maltreated preschoolers - D. Cicchetti & D. Barnett
Disorganized Infant Attachment Classification and Maternal Psychosocial Problems as Predictors of Hostile-Aggressive Behavior in the Pre-School Classroom - Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Lisbeth Alpern and Betty Repacholi
A Prospective Longitudinal Study of Attachment Disorganization/Disorientation - Elizabeth Carlson
Maternal Frightened, Frightening or Atypical Maternal Behavior and Disorganized Infant Attachment Patterns - Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Elisa Bronfman and Elizabeth Parsons
Frightening Maternal Behavior Linking Unresolved Loss and Disorganized Infant Attachment - Carlo Schuengel, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg and Marinus van IJzendoorn
Expanding the Concept of Unresolved Mental States - Karlen Lyons-Ruth et al
Hostile/Helpless States of Mind on the Adult Attachment Interview Are Associated with Disrupted Mother-Infant Communication and Infant Disorganization
VOLUME FOUR
PART ONE: ADULT ATTACHMENT INTERVIEW AND LONGITUDINAL STUDIES
Maternal Representations of Attachment during Pregnancy Predict Organization of Infant-Mother Attachment at One Year of Age - Peter Fonagy, Howard Steele and Miriam Steele
Adult Attachment Representations, Parental Responsiveness and Infant Attachment - Marinus van IJzendoorn
A Meta-Analysis on the Predictive Validity of the Adult Attachment Interview
Attachment Security in Infancy and Early Childhood - Everett Waters
A 20-Year Longitudinal Study
Understanding and Resolving Emotional Conflict - Howard Steele and Miriam Steele
The London Parent-Child Project
Attachment and Development - L. Alan Sroufe
A Prospective, Longitudinal Study from Birth to Adulthood
PART TWO: AFFECT REGULATION
Emotion Regulation - Jude Cassidy
Influences of Attachment Relationships
Attachment Theory and Affect Regulation - Mario Mikulincer, Phillip Shaver and Dana Pereg
The Dynamics, Development and Cognitive Consequences of Attachment-Related Strategies
Modern Attachment Theory - Judith Schore and Allan Schore
The Central Role of Affect Regulation in Development and Treatment
Lending a Hand - James Coan, Hillary Schaefer and Richard Davidson
Social Regulation of the Neural Response to Threat
PART THREE: FATHERS
Qualitative Aspects of Mother- and Father-Infant Attachments - Michael Lamb
Fathers in Attachment Theory and Research - Inge Bretherton
A Review
PART FOUR: ASSESSING ATTACHMENT BEYOND INFANCY
Defining and Assessing Individual Differences in Attachment Relationships - Everett Waters and Kathleen Deane
Q-Methodology and the Organization of Behavior in Infancy and Early Childhood
Categories of Response to Reunion with the Parent at AgeSix - Mary Main and Jude Cassidy
Predictable from Infant Attachment Classifications and Stable over a One-Month Period
Assessing Internal Working Models of the Attachment Relationship - Inge Bretherton, Doreen Ridgeway and Jude Cassidy
The Child Attachment Interview - Yael Shmueli-Goetz et al
A Psychometric Study of Reliability and Discriminant Validity
Attachment Theory as a Framework for Understanding Sequelae of Severe Adolescent Psychopathology - Joseph Allen, Stuart Hauser and Emily Borman-Spurrell
An 11-Year Follow-up Study
PART FIVE: EXTENDING THE ATTACHMENT PARADIGM TO ADULTS
Romantic Love Conceptualized as an Attachment Process - Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver
Avoidance of Intimacy - Kim Bartholomew
An Attachment Perspective
Stability of Attachment Representations - Judith Crowell, Dominique Treboux and Everett Waters
The Transition to Marriage
A Dynamic-Maturational Model of Attachment - Patricia Crittenden
Growing through Attachment - Brooke Feeney and Maredith Van Vleet
The Interplay of Attachment Exploration in Adulthood
VOLUME FIVE
PART ONE: MENTALIZING
Attachment, the Reflective Self and Borderline States - Peter Fonagy et al
The Predictive Specificity of the Adult Attachment Interview and Pathological Emotional Development
Rethinking Maternal Sensitivity - Elizabeth Meins et al
Mothers' Comments in Infants' Mental Processes Predict Security of Attachment at 12 Months
Parental reflective functioning: An introduction - Arietta Slade
PART TWO: PARENTING AND CARE-GIVING
Defining the Care-Giving System - Judith Solomon and Carol George
Toward a Theory of Care-Giving
Emanuel Miller Lecture - Jay Belsky
Developmental Risks (Still) Associated with Early Child Care
PART THREE: TEMPERAMENT, ATTACHMENT AND 'DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY'
Attachment Classification from the Perspective of Infant Caregiver Relationships and Infant Temperament - L. Alan Sroufe
For Better and for Worse - Jay Belsky, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg and Marinus van IJzendoorn
Differential Susceptibility to Environmental Influences
Differential Susceptibility to Rearing Environment Depending on Dopamine-Related Genes - Marian Bakermans-Krankenburg and Marinus van Ijzendoorn
New Evidence and a Meta-Analysis
PART FOUR: PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
Attachment, Mating and Parenting - Jay Belsky
An Evolutionary Interpretation
Early Determinants of Behavior - Stephen Suomi
Evidence from Private Studies
Maternal Care, Gene Expression and the Transmission of Individual Differences in Stress Reactivity across Generations - Michael Meaney
Psychobiological Roots of Early Attachment - Myron Hofer
A Behavior–Genetic Study of Parenting Quality, Infant Attachment Security, and Their Covariation in a Nationally Representative Sample - G. Roisman and R. Fraley
Live Long and Prosper - Everett Waters
A Note on Attachment and Evolution
VOLUME SIX
PART ONE : ATTACHMENT AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
Attachment and Sexuality - Morris Eagle
The Development and Organization of Attachment - Arietta Slade
Implications for Psychoanalysis
The Two-Person Unconscious - Karlen Lyons-Ruth
Inter-Subjective Dialogue, Enactive Relational Representation and the Emergence of New Forms of Relational Organization
PART TWO: CHILD APPLIED AND CLINICAL
Preventive Intervention and Outcome with Anxiously Attached Dyads - Alicia Lieberman, Donna Weston and Jeree Pawl
Beyond Insecurity - Charles Zeanah
A Re-Conceptualization of Attachment Disorders of Infancy
Changing Toddlers' and Preschoolers' Attachment Classifications - Kent Hoffman et al
The Circle of Security Intervention
Fostering Secure Attachment in Infants in Maltreating Families through Preventative Interventions - Dante Cicchetti, Fred Rogosch and Sheree Toth
Effects of an Attachment-Based Intervention on the Cortisol Production of Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care - Mary Dozier
PART THREE: ADULT CLINCAL
Clinicians as Caregivers - Mary Dozier, L. Cue and Lara Barnett
Role of Attachment Organization in Treatment
Attachment Injuries in Couple Relationships - Susan Johnson, Judy Makinen and John Millikin
A New Perspective on Impasses in Couple Therapy
Disorganized Attachment and Borderline Personality Disorder - Jeremy Holmes
A Clinical Perspective
Trauma, Dissociation and Disorganized Attachment - Giovanni Liotti
Three Strands of a Single Braid
Randomized Controlled Trial of Outpatient Mentalization-Based Treatment versus Structured Clinical Management for Borderline Personality Disorder - Anthony Bateman and Peter Fonagy

"Like no other resource, this series provides an invaluable compilation of scientific-theoretical studies on "Attachment Theory", that will definitely be used as a secure base for many researchers worldwide and from which a great exploration from its origins to the most recent developments can be made. With this state of the art researchers from other regions, such as Latin America, can begin to pave the way for the consolidation of the emerging and promising work in this area."