Understanding Attachment and Attachment Disorders: Theory, Evidence, and Practice

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1Introduction9
Part One: Attachment and Caregiving
2WhatisAttachment? An evolutionary perspective 16; The attachment behavioural system 17; Activation and termination of attachment behaviour 17; The development of attachment 18; Internal working models of attachment representations 21; Interplay between attachment and other behavioural systems 21; The exploratory behavioural system and the secure base 22; A safe or secure haven 22; Summary 2315
3The ClassificationsofAttachment Organised attachments 25; Disorganised attachment 27; From disorganised to controlling attachment behaviour 29; An alternative classification 30; The distribution of attachment patterns 30; Stability or predictability of attachment patterns 32; Summary 3624
4What are the Factors Influencing Attachment Organisation (and Disorganisation)? The contribution of caregiving to attachment organisation 38; What is caregiving? 38; Empirical evidence for the role of the caregiver in determining organisation (or disorganisation) of attachment security 41; The role of the child's temperament and genetic factors in influencing attachment organisation 46; Temperament factors 46; Attachment and autism 47; Specific genes 48; The intergenerational transmission of attachment 49; The link between parental state of mind with respect to attachment and infant security 50; The link between parental state of mind with respect to attachment and parental sensitive responsiveness (B) 51; The link between parental sensitive responsiveness and infant attachment security (C) 52; The transmission gap 52; Bridging the transmission gap 53; Summary 5538

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