Rethinking Attachment for Early Childhood Practice: Promoting Security, Autonomy and Resilience in Young Children

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Index
Aborigines 192–3
abuse 8, 63, 82, 200
achievement motivation 137–9
addiction 104
Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) 33–5, 44–5, 228
adults
attachment 13–14, 33–5, 167–79, 226
behaviour 168–70
contribution to attachment 167–8
mental health 168–70
sensitivity 176–9
separation anxiety 158, 170–6
stress 176
adversity 75, 81
Africa 188–90
age 158
aggression 128, 153–4, 199, 203
Ainsworth, Mary 26–9, 54–8
observations of 57–8
separation issues 159–60
in Uganda 54–6
ambivalence 8, 152
ambivalent attachment see avoidant attachment
anger 25, 53, 69, 111, 113–14, 128, 153–4, 199
anxiety 25, 63, 65, 139, 153, 159, 186, 199, 203, 218
appearance–reality distinction 79–80
attachment
adult 13–14, 33–5, 167–79, 226
alternative 205–7
avoidant see avoidant attachment
behaviours see behaviours
clear-cut 94–6, 101
definition 7–11
disorders 200–2
disorganised see
disorganised/disoriented
attachment

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