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Howe, David, 1946-
Attachment across the lifecourse : a brief introduction / David Howe
Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  BF575.A86 H69 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Attachment behavior
Attachment behavior in children
Developmental psychology
Parent and child
Physical Description xviii, 262 p. ill. ; 20 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-256) and indexes
Summary "Analyzing a range of traditional and contemporary perspectives, this crisp text explores the core attachment styles and charts their impact on childhood and adult behaviour. Written by one of social work's most highly-regarded commentators, it is a perfect introduction to the complex field of attachment theory"--Provided by publisher
Note Machine generated contents note: -- Attachment Behaviour -- Affect Regulation -- The Internal Working Model -- Patterns of Attachment -- Attachment in Adulthood -- Secure Attachments in Childhood -- Secure Attachments in Adulthood -- Avoidant Attachments in Childhood -- Avoidant and Dismissing Attachments in Adulthood -- Ambivalent Attachments in Childhood -- Anxious and Preoccupied Attachments in Adulthood -- Disorganised and Controlling Attachments in Childhood -- Fearful Avoidant Attachments and Unresolved States of Mind in Adulthood -- Nature and Nurture -- Stability, Change and Adaptation -- Epilogue

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