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Adult attachment : a concise introduction to theory and tesearch, Omri Gillath, Gery C. Karantzas, R. Chris Fraley

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Adult attachment : a concise introduction to theory and tesearch
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Adult attachment
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a concise introduction to theory and tesearch
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Omri Gillath, Gery C. Karantzas, R. Chris Fraley
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  • Machine generated contents note: 1.What Is Attachment Theory? -- Attachment Theory -- The Origins of Attachment Theory -- The Fundamentals of Attachment Theory -- Individual Differences in Attachment Organization -- Working Models of Attachment -- The Shift to Adult Attachment -- Are Individual Differences in Adult Attachment Similar to Those Identified in Children? -- What Are Attachment Theory's Intellectual Origins? -- The Integration of Psychoanalytic Psychology, Ethology, and Control Systems -- The Departure from Psychoanalysis -- Ethology and the Problem of Instinct -- Control Systems and Information Theory -- Are Humans Simple Machines? -- Goal-Directed Behavior and Primary Versus Secondary Strategies -- Is Attachment Theory a "Grand Theory"? -- How does It Differ From Other Perspectives? -- Multiple Levels of Analysis and Scientific Explanation -- Broad Reach -- Psychological Adaptation and Well-Being -- 2.What Is an Attachment Relationship? -- How Do Attachment Relationships Develop in Infancy? -- Who Serves as the Primary Attachment Figure in Childhood? -- How Are Attachment-Related Functions Transferred from One Person to Another? -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Children and Adolescents -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Early Adulthood -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Adulthood -- Summary of Attachment Functions at Different Points in the Life Course -- Can People have More than One Attachment Figure? -- What Kinds of Factors Facilitate the Development of an Adult Attachment Relationship? -- How Do Responsiveness and Sensitivity Facilitate the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- How Does Interdependence Facilitate the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Security Affect the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- Do Compensatory Processes Lead People to Develop New Attachments? -- How Long Does it Take for an Adult Attachment Relationship to Form? -- What Happens to Parents when New Attachment Relationships Develop? Do they Share the Stage with New Attachment Figures? Or are they Supplanted? -- What Happens when a Relationship Ends? Falling Off the Ladder and Continuing Bonds -- Are Attachment Relationships Limited to Parents and Peers? What other Kinds of Attachment Relationships may Exist? -- God as an Attachment Figure -- Other Attachment Figures -- Why Did Attachment Bonds Evolve in Adult Romantic Relationships? -- A Few Cautionary Remarks -- Do Attachments Vary in Strength? -- Should Separation Distress be Used as a Marker of an Attachment Bond? -- Are All Attachments Alike? Asymmetries Across Relationships -- Is There Really a Difference Between a Primary and a Secondary Attachment Figure? -- Is It Possible to Develop an Attachment Relationship With Someone who Does not Function as an Effective Secure Base? -- 3.How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Develop? -- How Do Early Attachment Experiences Shape Attachment Patterns in Infancy and Early Childhood? -- What Are the Consequences of Early Attachment Experiences for Social and Personality Development? -- How Do Early Attachment Histories Shape the Development of Social Competence? -- How Do Early Attachment Histories Shape the Development of Close Friendship Relationships? -- Do Early Attachment Experiences have Enduring Consequences for Social and Personality Development? -- What Gives Rise to Individual Differences in Adult Attachment Patterns? -- Quality of the Caregiving Environment -- Social Competence -- Friendship Relationships -- Summary -- 4.What Are Attachment Working Models? -- What Are Attachment Internal Working Models? -- Unpacking IWMs -- Summary -- How Are Attachment Internal Working Models Structured? -- A Hierarchical Approach to the Structure of IWMs -- A Connectionist Approach to the Structure of IWMs -- What Does Research Reveal About the Content and Structure of Attachment Internal Working Models? -- Attachment Styles and the Working Model of Self -- Attachment Style and Model of Others -- Building Blocks of IWMs -- Empirical Support for the Hierarchical Organization of Attachment Working Models -- Summary -- Chapter Summary -- 5.How Are Individual Differences in Attachment Measured? -- How has the Measurement of Adult Attachment Evolved Over the Decades? -- Bartholomew's Four Category Model -- The Evolution of Measurement Systems -- Are Attachment Styles Categorical or Continuous? -- What Are the Fundamental Dimensions Underlying Adult Attachment? -- What Do Attachment Anxiety and Avoidance Represent Theoretically? -- Summary -- Where Is Security in the Two-Dimensional Framework? -- How Should the Attachment Dimensions be Used in Research? -- Should Interactions Between the Dimensions Be Tested? Are They Necessary? -- Are There More Than Two Dimensions? -- Are the Dimensions Orthogonal? Or Are They Correlated With One Another? -- Are Self-Reports and Interviews Interchangeable With One Another? -- What Are Some of the Recommended Self-Report Measures of Attachment? -- Experiences in Close Relationships (ECR) -- The Experiences in Close Relationships, Revised (ECR-R) -- Adult Attachment Questionnaire (AAQ) -- Relationship Scales Questionnaire (RSQ) -- Experiences in Close Relationships, Relationship Structures (ECR-RS) -- Attachment Style Questionnaire (ASQ) and Attachment Style Questionnaire-Short Form (ASQ-SF) -- State Adult Attachment Measure (SAAM) -- Summary -- 6.How Stable Are Attachment Styles in Adulthood? -- What Did Bowlby Say About Stability and Change? Metaphors for Dynamic Processes -- What Leads to Stability in Adult Attachment Styles? -- Intrapsychic Processes -- Environmental and Relational Processes -- What Leads to Change in Adult Attachment Styles? -- Major Life Transitions -- War-Related Trauma -- Relationship Conflict and Support -- The Meaning of Life Events -- Stable Vulnerability Factors -- Therapy -- How Stable Are Attachment Styles in Adulthood? -- Can Some of the Observed Instability be Understood as Measurement Error? -- What Does It Mean to Say that Something Is a General Disposition or Trait? Trait-State Models of Adult Attachment -- Does the Stability of Attachment Vary Across Relationship Types? -- Do Adult Attachment Styles Change Across the Lifespan? Normative Shifts in Attachment -- Summary and Future Research Directions -- 7.What Can Social Cognition and Priming Tell Us About Attachment? -- Priming in Close Relationships -- What's Being Primed? Attachment-Related Schemas -- How Do You Alter People's Sense of Security in the Short Term in the Laboratory? -- Do Priming Effects Last? The Long-Term Effects of Security Priming -- What Is the Relationship Between Attachment Priming and Attachment Style? -- Can We Trust Attachment Priming Effects? Using Meta-analysis -- What Physiological/Neural Mechanisms Underlie Security Priming? -- Concluding Remarks -- 8.What Is the Attachment Behavioral System? And, How Is It Linked to Other Behavioral Systems? -- What Is a Behavioral System? -- What Are the Features of a Behavioral System? -- The Biological Function of the Attachment System -- The Triggers That Activate the Attachment System -- The Repertoire of Interchangeable Responses -- The Set Point for the Attachment System -- The Cognitive Operations of the Attachment System -- Associations With Other Behavioral Systems -- How Can We Examine the Concept of a Behavioral System? -- What Happens When One Behavioral System "Meets" Another? -- What Can Development Teach Us About the Interplay Between Behavioral Systems? -- Evolution -- Development of a Close Relationship -- Development of an Individual -- How Do the Levels of One Behavioral System Affect Other Systems? -- What Is the Caregiving System? -- What Happens When Both Systems Are Activated? -- What Empirical Evidence Exists for the Interplay Between the Caregiving and Attachment Systems? -- What Happens When Security Is Enhanced? -- What About Sex? -- Are There Other Behavioral Systems and if so, What About Their Interplay? -- The Exploration Behavioral System -- The Affiliation Behavioral System -- The Power Behavioral System -- The Health Behavioral System and the Morality Behavioral System -- Implications and Conclusions -- 9.What Are the Effects of Context on Attachment? -- Are There Sex Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- Are There Cultural Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- Are There Age Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- What Is the Role of Relationship Status and Relationship Length in Adult Attachment? -- Relationship Status -- Relationship Length -- Summary -- How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Manifest in Different Relationship Stages? -- Relationship Formation -- Relationship Maintenance -- Relationship Dissolution -- Summary -- Chapter Summary -- 10.What Can Neuroscience, Genetics, and Physiology Tell Us About Attachment? -- What Is Neuroscience? -- Why Neuroscience? -- Neuroscience in the Service of Attachment -- What Are the Tools, Methods, and Techniques Used to Study the Neuroscience of Attachment? -- What has Already Been Done? Examples of Attachment Neuroscience -- fMRI -- EEG -- Laterality -- Brain Volume -- Physiological Correlates -- Genes, Neurotransmitters, and Hormones -- Behavioral Genetics -- Molecular Genetics -- Animal Models -- Theoretical Models -- Summary and Future Directions -- 11.What Are the Implications of Attachment Processes for Psychopathology and Therapy? -- Is Attachment Insecurity a Risk Factor for Mental Health Problems? -- Affective Disorders -- Trauma Symptoms and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Eating Disorders -- Personality Disorders -- Summary -- What Are the Factors Linking Adult Attachment to Mental Health Problems? -- Self-Representations -- Emotion Regulation -- Problems in Interpersonal Relations -- Can Knowledge About Attachment Insecurity and Mental Health be Used to Facilitate Therapy? --
  • Contents note continued: How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About the Kind of Difficulties Insecure People may have in Relation to Therapy? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About Dealing with Avoidantly Attached Clients? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About Dealing with Anxiously Attached Clients? -- Can Therapy Help Insecure Clients? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform the Development of Therapeutic Interventions? -- Attachment-Focused Group Therapy -- Emotionally Focused Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter Summary
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9780124200760
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99967496578
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Adult attachment : a concise introduction to theory and tesearch, Omri Gillath, Gery C. Karantzas, R. Chris Fraley
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.What Is Attachment Theory? -- Attachment Theory -- The Origins of Attachment Theory -- The Fundamentals of Attachment Theory -- Individual Differences in Attachment Organization -- Working Models of Attachment -- The Shift to Adult Attachment -- Are Individual Differences in Adult Attachment Similar to Those Identified in Children? -- What Are Attachment Theory's Intellectual Origins? -- The Integration of Psychoanalytic Psychology, Ethology, and Control Systems -- The Departure from Psychoanalysis -- Ethology and the Problem of Instinct -- Control Systems and Information Theory -- Are Humans Simple Machines? -- Goal-Directed Behavior and Primary Versus Secondary Strategies -- Is Attachment Theory a "Grand Theory"? -- How does It Differ From Other Perspectives? -- Multiple Levels of Analysis and Scientific Explanation -- Broad Reach -- Psychological Adaptation and Well-Being -- 2.What Is an Attachment Relationship? -- How Do Attachment Relationships Develop in Infancy? -- Who Serves as the Primary Attachment Figure in Childhood? -- How Are Attachment-Related Functions Transferred from One Person to Another? -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Children and Adolescents -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Early Adulthood -- Empirical Research on Attachment Transfer in Adulthood -- Summary of Attachment Functions at Different Points in the Life Course -- Can People have More than One Attachment Figure? -- What Kinds of Factors Facilitate the Development of an Adult Attachment Relationship? -- How Do Responsiveness and Sensitivity Facilitate the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- How Does Interdependence Facilitate the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Security Affect the Development of Attachment Relationships? -- Do Compensatory Processes Lead People to Develop New Attachments? -- How Long Does it Take for an Adult Attachment Relationship to Form? -- What Happens to Parents when New Attachment Relationships Develop? Do they Share the Stage with New Attachment Figures? Or are they Supplanted? -- What Happens when a Relationship Ends? Falling Off the Ladder and Continuing Bonds -- Are Attachment Relationships Limited to Parents and Peers? What other Kinds of Attachment Relationships may Exist? -- God as an Attachment Figure -- Other Attachment Figures -- Why Did Attachment Bonds Evolve in Adult Romantic Relationships? -- A Few Cautionary Remarks -- Do Attachments Vary in Strength? -- Should Separation Distress be Used as a Marker of an Attachment Bond? -- Are All Attachments Alike? Asymmetries Across Relationships -- Is There Really a Difference Between a Primary and a Secondary Attachment Figure? -- Is It Possible to Develop an Attachment Relationship With Someone who Does not Function as an Effective Secure Base? -- 3.How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Develop? -- How Do Early Attachment Experiences Shape Attachment Patterns in Infancy and Early Childhood? -- What Are the Consequences of Early Attachment Experiences for Social and Personality Development? -- How Do Early Attachment Histories Shape the Development of Social Competence? -- How Do Early Attachment Histories Shape the Development of Close Friendship Relationships? -- Do Early Attachment Experiences have Enduring Consequences for Social and Personality Development? -- What Gives Rise to Individual Differences in Adult Attachment Patterns? -- Quality of the Caregiving Environment -- Social Competence -- Friendship Relationships -- Summary -- 4.What Are Attachment Working Models? -- What Are Attachment Internal Working Models? -- Unpacking IWMs -- Summary -- How Are Attachment Internal Working Models Structured? -- A Hierarchical Approach to the Structure of IWMs -- A Connectionist Approach to the Structure of IWMs -- What Does Research Reveal About the Content and Structure of Attachment Internal Working Models? -- Attachment Styles and the Working Model of Self -- Attachment Style and Model of Others -- Building Blocks of IWMs -- Empirical Support for the Hierarchical Organization of Attachment Working Models -- Summary -- Chapter Summary -- 5.How Are Individual Differences in Attachment Measured? -- How has the Measurement of Adult Attachment Evolved Over the Decades? -- Bartholomew's Four Category Model -- The Evolution of Measurement Systems -- Are Attachment Styles Categorical or Continuous? -- What Are the Fundamental Dimensions Underlying Adult Attachment? -- What Do Attachment Anxiety and Avoidance Represent Theoretically? -- Summary -- Where Is Security in the Two-Dimensional Framework? -- How Should the Attachment Dimensions be Used in Research? -- Should Interactions Between the Dimensions Be Tested? Are They Necessary? -- Are There More Than Two Dimensions? -- Are the Dimensions Orthogonal? Or Are They Correlated With One Another? -- Are Self-Reports and Interviews Interchangeable With One Another? -- What Are Some of the Recommended Self-Report Measures of Attachment? -- Experiences in Close Relationships (ECR) -- The Experiences in Close Relationships, Revised (ECR-R) -- Adult Attachment Questionnaire (AAQ) -- Relationship Scales Questionnaire (RSQ) -- Experiences in Close Relationships, Relationship Structures (ECR-RS) -- Attachment Style Questionnaire (ASQ) and Attachment Style Questionnaire-Short Form (ASQ-SF) -- State Adult Attachment Measure (SAAM) -- Summary -- 6.How Stable Are Attachment Styles in Adulthood? -- What Did Bowlby Say About Stability and Change? Metaphors for Dynamic Processes -- What Leads to Stability in Adult Attachment Styles? -- Intrapsychic Processes -- Environmental and Relational Processes -- What Leads to Change in Adult Attachment Styles? -- Major Life Transitions -- War-Related Trauma -- Relationship Conflict and Support -- The Meaning of Life Events -- Stable Vulnerability Factors -- Therapy -- How Stable Are Attachment Styles in Adulthood? -- Can Some of the Observed Instability be Understood as Measurement Error? -- What Does It Mean to Say that Something Is a General Disposition or Trait? Trait-State Models of Adult Attachment -- Does the Stability of Attachment Vary Across Relationship Types? -- Do Adult Attachment Styles Change Across the Lifespan? Normative Shifts in Attachment -- Summary and Future Research Directions -- 7.What Can Social Cognition and Priming Tell Us About Attachment? -- Priming in Close Relationships -- What's Being Primed? Attachment-Related Schemas -- How Do You Alter People's Sense of Security in the Short Term in the Laboratory? -- Do Priming Effects Last? The Long-Term Effects of Security Priming -- What Is the Relationship Between Attachment Priming and Attachment Style? -- Can We Trust Attachment Priming Effects? Using Meta-analysis -- What Physiological/Neural Mechanisms Underlie Security Priming? -- Concluding Remarks -- 8.What Is the Attachment Behavioral System? And, How Is It Linked to Other Behavioral Systems? -- What Is a Behavioral System? -- What Are the Features of a Behavioral System? -- The Biological Function of the Attachment System -- The Triggers That Activate the Attachment System -- The Repertoire of Interchangeable Responses -- The Set Point for the Attachment System -- The Cognitive Operations of the Attachment System -- Associations With Other Behavioral Systems -- How Can We Examine the Concept of a Behavioral System? -- What Happens When One Behavioral System "Meets" Another? -- What Can Development Teach Us About the Interplay Between Behavioral Systems? -- Evolution -- Development of a Close Relationship -- Development of an Individual -- How Do the Levels of One Behavioral System Affect Other Systems? -- What Is the Caregiving System? -- What Happens When Both Systems Are Activated? -- What Empirical Evidence Exists for the Interplay Between the Caregiving and Attachment Systems? -- What Happens When Security Is Enhanced? -- What About Sex? -- Are There Other Behavioral Systems and if so, What About Their Interplay? -- The Exploration Behavioral System -- The Affiliation Behavioral System -- The Power Behavioral System -- The Health Behavioral System and the Morality Behavioral System -- Implications and Conclusions -- 9.What Are the Effects of Context on Attachment? -- Are There Sex Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- Are There Cultural Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- Are There Age Differences in Adult Attachment? -- Summary -- What Is the Role of Relationship Status and Relationship Length in Adult Attachment? -- Relationship Status -- Relationship Length -- Summary -- How Do Individual Differences in Attachment Manifest in Different Relationship Stages? -- Relationship Formation -- Relationship Maintenance -- Relationship Dissolution -- Summary -- Chapter Summary -- 10.What Can Neuroscience, Genetics, and Physiology Tell Us About Attachment? -- What Is Neuroscience? -- Why Neuroscience? -- Neuroscience in the Service of Attachment -- What Are the Tools, Methods, and Techniques Used to Study the Neuroscience of Attachment? -- What has Already Been Done? Examples of Attachment Neuroscience -- fMRI -- EEG -- Laterality -- Brain Volume -- Physiological Correlates -- Genes, Neurotransmitters, and Hormones -- Behavioral Genetics -- Molecular Genetics -- Animal Models -- Theoretical Models -- Summary and Future Directions -- 11.What Are the Implications of Attachment Processes for Psychopathology and Therapy? -- Is Attachment Insecurity a Risk Factor for Mental Health Problems? -- Affective Disorders -- Trauma Symptoms and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Eating Disorders -- Personality Disorders -- Summary -- What Are the Factors Linking Adult Attachment to Mental Health Problems? -- Self-Representations -- Emotion Regulation -- Problems in Interpersonal Relations -- Can Knowledge About Attachment Insecurity and Mental Health be Used to Facilitate Therapy? --
  • Contents note continued: How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About the Kind of Difficulties Insecure People may have in Relation to Therapy? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About Dealing with Avoidantly Attached Clients? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform Us About Dealing with Anxiously Attached Clients? -- Can Therapy Help Insecure Clients? -- How Can Attachment Theory Inform the Development of Therapeutic Interventions? -- Attachment-Focused Group Therapy -- Emotionally Focused Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter Summary
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 326 pages.) :
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780124200760
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
99967496578
System control number
(NhCcYBP)12941749

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