Handbook of attachment 2nd edition
Table of Contents: Handbook of attachment :Implications for mental health and psychotherapy are addressed, with reviews of exemplary attachment-oriented interventions for children and adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Contributors discuss best practices in assessment and critically evaluate available instruments and protocols. The contributors are a 'who's who' in the field. The chapter coverage is exhaustive and timely in its treatment of long-standing and emerging issues in attachment theory and research, such as measurement, biological influences, interventions, and special populations. I use this handbook as the main text in a doctoral seminar on attachment theory and research taken by students in counseling, education, and psychology.
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For ov who may not yet have a full grasp of the field, the book offers a strong foundation in attachment theory and methodological and clinical implications from which they can start to formulate their own sub-interests! Shop Textbooks. Although conclusions regarding middle childhood attachment experiences seem common sense e. Marvin and Preston A.
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Handbook of Attachment Third Edition Theory Research and Clinical Applications
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This second edition, which acknowledges the pioneering work of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, is more exciting and supported with evidence-based information. The authors, Jude Cassidy and Philip Shaver, are well known figures in the attachment field. They have accomplished an unbelievable intellectual feat on these pages by balancing the most recent neurobiological advances in attachment research and preserving the foundational elements of attachment theory derived from psychoanalysis, ethology and developmental psychology. The book is made up of six parts, with each part composed of several chapters. The first part provides an overview of psychological attachment theory, and the second describes the biological perspectives on attachment. Readers will be interested in the new and emerging information in the field of attachment contained in some entirely new chapters that did not exist in the first edition. The chapter authors Polan and Hoffer provide an elegant discussion of new discoveries regarding the development of the attachment bond, sensitive periods for attachment, and hidden regulators of early development.