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Patterns of attachment : a psychological study of the strange situation / Mary D. Salter Ainsworth [and others].

Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates ; 1978.
ISBN 9780470265345, 0470265345

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Other Title Attachment
Other Authors Ainsworth, Mary D. Salter.
Subjects Attachment behavior in children.
Infant Care.
Mè€re et enfant.
Mother and infant.
Mother-Child Relations.
Nourrissons -- Psychologie.
Object Attachment.
Psychology, Child.
Social Behavior.
Description xviii, 391 pages : graphs ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 373-380).
Contents pt. I. Introduction. 1. Theoretical background -- part II. Method. 2. Procedures -- 3. Measures and methods of assessment -- part III. Results. 4. Descriptive account of behavior in each episode -- 5. Normative trends across episodes -- 6. An examination of the classificatory system: a multiple discriminant function analysis -- 7. Relationships between infant behavior in the strange situation and at home -- 8. Relationships between infant behavior in the strange situation and maternal behavior at home -- 9. A review of strange-situation studies of one-year-olds -- 10. Review of strange-situation studies of two- to four-year-olds -- 11. The effects of repetition of the strange situation -- 12. Subgroups and their usefulness -- part IV. Discussion. 13. Discussion of normative issues -- 14. Individual differences: in light of contrasting paradigms -- 15. An interpretation of individual differences.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4194069
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