Attachment Series

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 The Attachment Series, by Jeffrey Pella.  

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The measuring and styles of mother-child attachment
English

The measuring and styles of mother-child attachment

This article provides a brief description of the characteristic behaviors of infants with different attachment styles and parental behaviors.

Depression, mothers, meta-analysis and attachment
English

Depression, mothers, meta-analysis and attachment

Research shows that it appears to be an association between maternal depression and infant insecure attachment.

The Effect of Maternal Anxiety on Mother-Child Attachment
English

The Effect of Maternal Anxiety on Mother-Child Attachment

Maternal Anxiety: Mother-child interactions in this context are qualitatively different from interactions seen in healthy mother-child dyads

Insecure attachment and externalizing behavior problems
English

Insecure attachment and externalizing behavior problems

Here I will discuss findings related to insecure attachment as a predictor of externalizing problems in children

Insecure Attachment and Internalizing Behavior
English

Insecure Attachment and Internalizing Behavior

Insecure attachment: Anxious/resistant children may be at a higher risk for the development of anxiety disorders.

Anxious/Resistant Attachment and Internalizing Behavior Problems
English

Anxious/Resistant Attachment and Internalizing Behavior Problems

I will review two studies that examined the insecure attachment classifications in relation to the development of internalizing disorders.

Mother-child attachment and the development of disorders – Inconsistent results
English

Mother-child attachment and the development of disorders – Inconsistent results

No significant difference was found between children with an avoidant and resistant attachment style.

Attachment and Behavioral Inhibition – Part 1
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Attachment and Behavioral Inhibition – Part 1

In this article I will conclude my series on attachment and begin examining the relationship between attachment and behavioral inhibition

Attachment and Behavioral Inhibition – Part 2
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Attachment and Behavioral Inhibition – Part 2

The studies reviewed demonstrate that while BI and insecure attachment were both independently associated with child anxiety.

Family History and Anxiety #4
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Family History and Anxiety #4

Family History and Anxiety #4: Anxious parents tend to have anxious children and there is some evidence for the specificity of anxiety transmission.


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