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The Resource Patterns of Attachment : A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation

Patterns of Attachment : A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation

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Patterns of Attachment : A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation
Title
Patterns of Attachment
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A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation
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eng
Summary
First published in 1979. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
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dictionaries
Patterns of Attachment : A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation
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Patterns of Attachment : A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- PART I: INTRODUCTION -- 1. Theoretical Background -- Introduction -- Attachment Theory as a New Paradigm -- The Behavioral System -- Attachment and Attachment Behaviors -- Emotion and Affect in Attachment Theory -- The Development of Child-Mother Attachment -- PART II: METHOD -- 2. Procedures -- Subjects -- The Strange-Situation Procedure -- 3. Measures and Methods of Assessment -- Introduction -- Percentage Measures of Behavior -- Frequency Measures -- Scoring of Interactive Behavior -- Classification of Infants in Terms of Their Strange-Situation Behavior -- PART III: RESULTS -- 4. Descriptive Account of Behavior in Each Episode -- Introduction -- Episode 1 -- Episode 2 -- Episode 3 -- Episode 4 -- Episode 5 -- Episode 6 -- Episode 7 -- Episode 8 -- 5. Normative Trends Across Episodes -- Introduction -- Intersample and Sex Differences -- Exploratory Behaviors -- Crying -- Search Behavior -- Seeking Proximity and Contact -- Maintaining Contact -- Distance Interaction -- Smiling, Vocalizing, and Looking -- Resistant Behavior -- Avoidant Behavior -- Oral Behavior -- 6. An Examination of the Classificatory System: A Multiple Discriminant Function Analysis -- Introduction -- Multiple Discriminant Function Analysis -- Classification by Discriminant Scores and Cross-Validation -- The Contributions of Each of 22 Variables to Discrimination Among Groups -- Characterization of the Discriminant Functions -- Conclusion -- 7. Relationships Between Infant Behavior in the Strange Situation and at Home -- Introduction -- Measures of Home Behavior -- Fourth-Quarter Home Behavior -- First-Quarter Home Behavior -- Summary and Discussion -- 8. Relationships Between Infant Behavior in the Strange Situation and Maternal Behavior at Home -- Introduction -- Measures of Maternal Behavior
  • Fourth-Quarter Maternal Behavior -- First-Quarter Maternal Behavor -- Summary and Discussion -- 9. A Review of Strange-Situation Studies of One-Year-Olds -- Introduction -- Patterns of Attachment at One Year Related to Antecedent Variables -- Patterns of Attachment at One Year Related to Other Concurrent Behavior -- Patterns of Attachment of One-Year-Olds Related to Other Classes of Behavior at Subsequent Ages -- Comparison of Behavior in the Strange Situation With Behavior in Other Situations of Parallel Design -- Summary and Discussion -- 10. Review of Strange-Situation Studies of Two- to Four-Year-Olds -- Introduction -- Normative Studies of the Development of Strange-Situation Behavior -- Developmental Processes Associated With Age Changes in Behavior -- Antecedent Conditions Possibly Affecting the Attachment Relationship -- Attachment as Related to Later Behavior -- Discussion -- 11. The Effects of Repetition of the Strange Situation -- Introduction -- Effects -- Discussion -- 12. Subgroups and Their Usefulness -- Introduction -- Distribution of Infants Among Strange-Situation Subgroups -- Subgroups and Maternal Behavior -- Subgroups and the Attachment-Exploration Balance at Home -- Subgroups and Other Measures of Infant Behavior at Home -- Subgroup Differences in Interaction With the Mother in the Strange Situation -- Group and Subgroup Differences in Greeting the Mother Upon Reunion -- Subgroup Differences in Other Behaviors -- Discussion -- PART IV: DISCUSSION -- 13. Discussion of Normative Issues -- Introduction -- Exploratory Behavior and the Secure-Base Phenomenon -- Responses to a Stranger -- Responses to Separation -- Other Normative Findings -- Shortcomings of Our Normative Research -- 14. Individual Differences: In Light of Contrasting Paradigms -- Introduction
  • Stability of Individual Differences Reflected in Strange-Situation Behavior -- Covariation of Attachment Behaviors -- Relationship Between Strange-Situation Behavior and Maternal Behavior -- Attachment as Distinguished From Attachment Behavior -- Attachment in Older Preschoolers -- Attachments to Figures Other Than the Mother -- 15. An Interpretation of Individual Differences -- Introduction -- Group B -- Group C -- Group A -- Conclusion -- Appendices -- References -- INDEXES -- Author Index
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1 online resource (410 pages)
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