|aHandbook of attachment :|btheory, research, and clinical applications /|cedited by Jude Cassidy, Phillip R. Shaver.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|cc2008.
|axix, 1020 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|gI. Overview of attachment theory.|tThe nature of the child's ties /|rJude Cassidy --|tDisruptions in attachment bonds : implications for theory, research, and clinical intervention /|rRoger Kobak and Stephanie Madsen --|tAttachment, loss, and grief : Bowlby's views and current controversies /|rPhillip R. Shaver and R. Chris Fraley --|tIndividual differences in infant-caregiver attachment : conceptual and empirical aspects of security /|rNancy S. Weinfield ... [et al.] --|tInternal working models in attachment relationships : elaborating a central construct in attachment theory /|rInge Bretherton and Kristine A. Munholland --|gII. Biological perspectives.|tAttachment theory within a modern evolutionary framework /|rJeffry A. Simpson and Jay Belsky --|tPsychobiological origins of infant attachment and its role in development /|rH. Jonathan Polan and Myron A. Hofer --|tAttachment in rhesus monkeys /|rStephen J. Suomi --|tAttachment and temperament : additive and interactive influences on behavior, affect, and cognition during infancy and childhood /|rBrian E. Vaughn, Kelly K. Bost, and Marinus H. van IJzendoorn --|tStudying the biology of human attachment /|rNathan A. Fox and Amie Ashley Hane --|tToward a neuroscience of attachment /|rJames A. Coan --|gIII. Attachment in infancy and childhood.|tNormative development : the ontogeny of attachment /|rRobert S. Marvin and Preston A. Britner --|tPrecursors of attachment security /|rJay Belsky and R.M. Pasco Fearon --|tAttachment relationships in the context of multiple caregivers /|rCarollee Howes and Susan Spieker --|tThe influence of early attachments on other relationships /|rLisa J. Berlin, Jude Cassidy, and Karen Appleyard --|tEarly attachment and later development : familiar questions, new answers /|rRoss A. Thompson --|tAttachment in middle childhood /|rKathryn A. Kerns --|tThe measurement of attachment security and related constructs in infancy and early childhood /|rJudith Solomon and Carol George.
|gIV. Attachment in adolescence and adulthood.|tThe attachment system in adolescence /|rJoseph P. Allen --|tPair bonds as attachments : reevaluating the evidence /|rDebra Zeifman and Cindy Hazan --|tAdult romantic attachment : developments in the study of couple relationships /|rJudith A. Feeney --|tSame-sex romantic attachment /|rJonathan J. Mohr --|tAdult attachment and affect regulation /|rMario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver --|tAttachment in middle and later life /|rCarol Magai --|tThe adult attachment interview : protocol, method of analysis, and empirical studies /|rErik Hesse --|tMeasurement of individual differences in adolescent and adult attachment /|rJudith A. Crowell, R. Chris Fraley, and Phillip R. Shaver --|gV. Psychopathology and clinical applications of attachment theory and research.|tAttachment and psychopathology in childhood /|rMichelle DeKlyen and Mark T. Greenberg --|tAttachment disorganization : genetic factors, parenting contexts, and developmental transformation from infancy to adulthood /|rKarlen Lyons-Ruth and Deborah Jacobvitz --|tChallenges to the development of attachment relationships faced by young children in foster and adoptive care /|rMary Dozier and Michael Rutter --|tAttachment and psychopathology in adulthood /|rMary Dozier, K. Chase Stovall-McClough, and Kathleen E. Albus --|tPrevention and intervention programs for supporting early attachment security /|rLisa J. Berlin, Charles H. Zeanah, and Alicia F. Lieberman --|tThe implications of attachment theory and research for adult psychotherapy : research and clinical perspectives /|rArietta Slade --|tPsychoanalytic constructs and attachment theory and research /|rPeter Fonagy, George Gergely, and Mary Target --|tCouple and family therapy : an attachment perspective /|rSusan M. Johnson --|gVI. Systems, culture, and context.|tThe caregiving system : a behavioral systems approach to parenting /|rCarol George and Judith Solomon --|tA wider view of attachment and exploration : the influence of mothers and fathers on the development of psychological security from infancy to young adulthood /|rKarin Grossmann ... [et al.] --|tCross-cultural patterns of attachment : universal and contextual dimensions /|rMarinus H. van IJzendoorn and Abraham Sagi-Schwartz --|tAttachment and religious representations and behavior /|rPehr Granqvist and Lee A. Kirkpatrick --|tAn attachment-theoretical perspective on divorce /|rBrooke C. Feeney and Joan K. Monin --|tImplications of attachment theory and research for child care policies /|rMichael Rutter.
From foremost authorities, this comprehensive work is more than just the standard reference on attachment--it has "become indispensable" in the field. Coverage includes the origins and development of attachment theory; biological and evolutionary perspectives; and the role of attachment processes in personality, relationships, and mental health across the lifespan. The new second edition has been substantially revised and expanded to incorporate significant recent advances in theory, research, and clinical applications. New in This Edition *A decade’s worth of major theoretical and empirical advances. *The latest thinking on psychobiological development, including a new chapter on the neuroscience of attachment. *New chapters on foster care, attachment in middle childhood, affect regulation, divorce, and attachment in later life. *Compelling new findings on disorganized attachment and psychopathology.