Intersections with Attachment

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Subject Index

A
Adaptation, see evolution
Attachment,
assessment of, 14, 15
biology and DNA, 264, 265
caretaking and, 41-49
child abuse and, 5
cognitive-developmental theories, 257-285
communication and, 111-115
competence and, 235, 236
conditioning and 78, 79, 116, 117, 126, 249, 250
cues, 259
depression, 36
divorce and, 302, 306
environmental, 3-19, 29
ethology and, 55-65, 83-85
evolution and, 23-37, 43, 44, 63-65, 83-86, 125, 191
fathers role, 223-225
fear response, 79, 80
foraging, 34, 35
habituation and, 273, 274
historical perspective, 84
imprinting and, 69-86
infant strategies, 42
intergenerational, 189, 190, 264
Invulnerable child, 10, 11
lack of, 113
learning-developmental theories, 257-285
life-span perspective, 183-200, 260, 261
models of, 8-11
national identity and, 211-213, 240
neurophysiological activity and, 147-160
nonhuman primate patterns, 27-37
parental investment, 84-86
patriotism and, 207-225
phobias and, 295-307
pregnancy and, 112
preverbal communication, 97-117
psychoanalytic view, 249
psychopathology and, 15-19, 295- 307
responsivity, 3,4
role taking, 280, 281
self-identity and, 251, 252
separation and, 123-142
sex differences in, 29, 30
social conditioning and, 126, 248- 250
social groups and, 25, 26
stages of, 261-267, 283, 284
to country, 210
vulnerable child, 11, 12
Attachments, multiple, 6, 7
autism, 296
B
Baby talk, 106-108, see Communica­ tion

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