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Attachment and loss

Author: John Bowlby
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, [1969-1980]
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Provides a comprehensive report on the mother-child bond and the emotional effects of and behavioral response to maternal deprivation.
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Bowlby, John.
Attachment and loss.
New York, Basic Books [1969-1980]
(OCoLC)561135235
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Bowlby
ISBN: 9780465097166 0465097162 9780465042388 0465042384
OCLC Number: 24186
Description: 3 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: Volume 1. Attachment. Point of view --
Observations to be explained --
Instinctive behavior: an alternative model --
Man's environment of evolutionary adaptedness --
Behavioral systems mediating instinctive behavior --
Causation of instinctive behavior --
Appraising and selecting: feeling and emotion --
Function of instinctive behavior --
Changes in behavior during the life-cycle --
Ontogeny of instinctive behavior --
The child's tie to his mother: attachment behavior --
Nature and function of attachment behavior --
A control systems approach to attachment behavior --
Beginnings of attachment behavior --
Focusing on a figure --
Patterns of attachment and contributing conditions --
Developments in the organisation of attachment behavior. Volume 2. Separation: anxiety and anger. Prototypes of human sorrow --
The place of separation and loss in psychopathology --
Behavior with and without mother: humans --
Behavior with and without mother: non-human primates --
Basic postulates in theories of anxiety and fear --
Forms of behavior indicative of fear --
Situations that arouse fear in humans --
Situations that arouse fear in animals --
Natural clues to danger and safety --
Natural clues, cultural clues, and the assessment --
Rationalization, misattribution, and projection --
Fear of separation --
Some variables responsible for individual differences --
Susceptibility to fear and the availability of attachment figures --
Anxious attachment and some conditions that promote it --
Overdependency and the theory of spoiling --
Anger, anxiety, and attachment --
Anxious attachment and the phobias of childhood --
Anxious attachment and agoraphobia --
Omission, suppression, and falsification of family context --
Secure attachment and the growth of self-reliance --
Pathways for the growth of personality. Volume 3. Loss: Sadness and depression. The trauma of loss --
The place of loss and mourning in psychopathology --
Conceptual framework --
An information processing approach to defence --
Plan of work --
Loss of spouse --
Loss of child --
Mourning in other cultures --
Disordered variants --
Conditions affecting the course of mourning --
Personalities prone to disordered mourning --
Childhood experiences of persons prone to disordered mourning --
Cognitive processes contributing to variations in response to loss --
Sadness, depression and depressive disorder --
Death of parent during childhood and adolescence --
Children's responses when conditions are favorable --
Childhood bereavement and psychiatric disorder --
Conditions responsible for differences in outcome --
Children's responses when conditions are unfavorable --
Deactivation variants and some conditions contributing --
Effects of a parent's suicide --
Responses to loss during the third and fourth years --
Responses to loss during the second year --
Young children's responses in the light of early cognitive development.
Responsibility: John Bowlby.

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Dr. Bowlby's second pioneering volume examines the effect of separation on the development of the child and the psychopathology that often follows separation.  Read more...

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Parental absence and its effects on deviant behavior in adolescents

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