Intersections with Attachment

By Jacob L. Gewirtz; William M. Kurtines | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Patrice M. Miller's, Jacob L. Gewirtz's, and Lawrence Kohlberg's work on attachment formed the foundation out of which this chapter grew. My mother, Natalie Consuelo Lamport Commons, did her B.A. thesis at Vassar College on friendship. Her interest in what binds people together and maintains their relationships precedes my own interest in the question. In addition to the editors who spent endless hours trying to clarify the chapter, I thank Maria A. Broderick, Tina A. Grotzer, Sharon A. Stein, and Rebecca M. Young for their editorial comments, suggestions, and stimulation.


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