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The origins of attachment : infant research and adult treatment

Author: Beatrice Beebe; Frank M Lachmann
Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
Series: Relational perspectives book series, v. 60.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beatrice Beebe; Frank M Lachmann
ISBN: 9780415898171 041589817X 9780415898188 0415898188
OCLC Number: 773023815
Description: xxiii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. The Origins of Relatedness: Film Illustrations --
Four-Month Face-to-Face Communication and 12-Month Attachment --
Descriptions of Films of 4-Month Mother-Infant Interactions: "Future" Secure and "Future" Disorganized Dyads --
Illustrations of Expectancies --
Conclusion --
2. The Organization of Relational Experience in Early Infancy --
The Representational Newborn --
Dialogic Origin of Mind --
"Contingency Detection" from Birth and the Generation of Expectancies --
Self- and Interactive Regulation as Patterns of Expectancy --
Presymbolic Representation --
Summary of Presymbolic, Procedural Forms of Representation --
Presymbolic Representation and Infant Internal Working Models of Attachment --
Knowing and Being Known --
Representation and Internalization --
Three Principles of Salience Organize Early Representation --
The Origins of Working Models of Attachment at 4 Months. Contents note continued: 3. The Origins of Relatedness in Disorganized Attachment: Our Approach Months --
Contingency Processes --
Brief Review of Our Findings on the 4-Month Origins of Disorganized Attachment --
4. Infant Disorganized Attachment, Young Adult Outcomes, and Adult Treatment --
Disorganized Attachment in Infancy Predicts Young Adult Dissociation --
"Map" of Research Linking 4-Month Mother-Infant Communication, 12-18-Month Infant Secure vs. Disorganized Attachment, and Young Adult Outcomes --
The Adult Clinical Situation --
Case Vignettes from Adult Treatment --
5. Future Secure Dyads --
Future Secure Dyads at 4 Months --
Origins of Internal Working Models in Future Secure Infants --
6. Future Resistant Dyads --
Future Resistant Dyads at 4 Months --
Differences in Resistant Compared to Secure Infants, by Communication Modality --
Origins of Internal Working Models in Future Resistant Infants --
7. Future Disorganized Dyads. Contents note continued: Future Disorganized vs. Secure Dyads at 4 Months --
Origins of Internal Working Models in Future Disorganized Infants --
Knowing and Being Known in the Origins of Disorganized Attachment --
Internal Working Models of Future Disorganized Infants at 4 Months --
Comparison of Internal Working Models of Future Resistant vs. Disorganized Infants --
8. Discussion: Mother-Infant Communication, the Origins of Attachment, and Adult Treatment --
Self- and Interactive Contingency in Adult Treatment --
Using the Statistical Analyses to Learn to View Mother-Infant Interactions --
Discrepant Communication --
The Origins of Resistant and Disorganized Attachment at 4 Months --
Implicit, Procedural Communication in Adult Treatment --
The Dyadic Systems View --
Knowing and Being Known: Entering the Distressed State of the Other --
Young Adult Dissociation: Relevance of Our Findings on the 4-Month Origins of Disorganized Attachment. Contents note continued: 9. Ronald Fairbairn's Theory of Object Relations and the Microanalysis of Mother-Infant Interaction: A Mutual Enrichment --
10. Probing to Know and Be Known: Existential and Evolutionary Perspectives on the "Disorganized" Patient's Relationship with the Analyst / Carolyn S. Clement --
Re-narrating the "D" Attachment Scenario in Development and Treatment / Malcolm Owen Slavin / E. Joyce Klein --
Existential Dread, Multiplicity, and Probing for Realness and Reciprocity / E. Joyce Klein / Malcolm Owen Slavin --
Sources of Danger and Safety in the Family: Shared Existential Anxiety, Differing Agendas, Multiplicity, Deception, and Self-Deception / Malcolm Owen Slavin / E. Joyce Klein --
Negotiating the Otherness of a Semi-Deity / Malcolm Owen Slavin / E. Joyce Klein --
The Capacity to Probe the Other: The Child's Agency in the Attachment Process / Malcolm Owen Slavin / E. Joyce Klein. Contents note continued: Probing the Therapist's Existential Anxieties, Multiplicity, and Self-Deception / Malcolm Owen Slavin / E. Joyce Klein --
11. On Knowing and Being Known: The Case of Oliver / E. Joyce Klein / Malcolm Owen Slavin --
12. Imagining Chloe in Infancy / Estelle Shane --
Clinical History / Alexandra Harrison --
Family History / Alexandra Harrison --
Clinical Picture / Alexandra Harrison --
Treatment / Alexandra Harrison --
Conclusion / Alexandra Harrison --
13. From Microseconds to Psychic Structure / Alexandra Harrison --
Issues in the Clinical Application of Developmental Research / Stephen Seligman --
Linking the Microanalytic with the Macroanalytic: Implications for Psychotherapy Practice / Stephen Seligman.
Series Title: Relational perspectives book series, v. 60.
Responsibility: Beatrice Beebe and Frank M. Lachmann ; collaborators: Joseph Jaffe, Sara Markese, Karen A. Buck, Henian Chen, Patricia Cohen, Lorraine Bahrick, Howard Andrews, and Stanley Feldstein ; discussants: Carolyn S. Clement, Malcolm Owen Slavin, E. Joyce Klein, Estelle Shane, Alexandra Harrison, and Stephen Seligman.
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