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The cultural nature of attachment : contextualizing relationships and development

Author: Heidi Keller; Kim A Bard
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2017]
Series: Strüngmann Forum reports.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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It is generally acknowledged that attachment relationships are important for infants and young children, but there is little clarity on what exactly constitutes such a relationship. Does it occur between two individuals (infant--mother or infant--father) or in an extended network? In the West, monotropic attachment appears to function as a secure foundation for infants, but is this true in other cultures? This  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Heidi Keller; Kim A Bard
ISBN: 9780262036900 0262036908
OCLC Number: 978286392
Awards: Winner of Winner of the 2018 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award. 2018
Description: xi, 429 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction / Heidi Keller, Kim A. Bard, and Julia R. Lupp --
The strange situation of the ethological theory of attachment : a historical perspective / Marga Vicedo --
The evolution of primate attachment : beyond Bowlby's rhesus macaques / Masako Myowa and David L. Butler --
Primate infancies : causes and consquences of varying care / Kristen Hawkes, James S. Chisholm, Lynn A. Fairbanks, Johannes Johow, Elfriede Kalcher-Sommersguter, Katja Liebal, Masako Myowa, Volker Sommer, Bernard Thierry, and Barbara L. Finlay --
Is the mother essential for attachment? Models of care in different cultures / Heidi Keller and Nandita Chaudhary --
Taking culture seriously : a pluralistic approach to attachment / Gilda A. Morelli, Nandita Chaudhary, Alma Gottlieb, Heidi Keller, Marjorie Murray, Naomi Quinn, Mariano Rosabal-Coto, Gabriel Scheidecker, Akira Takada, and Marga Vicedo --
Exploring the assumptions of attachment theory across cultures : the practice of transnational separation among Chinese immigrant parents and children / Cindy H. Liu, Stephen H. Chen, Yvonne Bohr, Leslie Wang, and Ed Tronick --
Meaning and methods in the study and assessment of attachment / Suzanne Gaskins, Marjorie Beeghly, Kim A. Bard, Ariane Gernhardt, Cindy H. Liu, Douglas M. Teti, Ross A. Thompson, Thomas S. Weisner, and Relindis D. Yovsi --
Neural consequences of infant attachment / Margaret A. Sheridan and Kim A. Bard --
Neural foundations of variability in attachment / Allyson J. Bennett, William D. Hopkins, Ruth Feldman, Valeria Gazzola, Jay Giedd, Michael E. Lamb, Dirk Scheele, Margaret A. Sheridan, Stephen J. Suomi, Akemi Tomoda, and Nim Tottenham --
How attachment gave rise to culture / James S. Chisholm --
Twenty-first century attachment theory : challenges and opportunities / Ross A. Thompson --
Implications for policy and practice / Suzanne Gaskins, Marjorie Beeghly, Kim A. Bard, Ariane Gernhardt, Cindy H. Liu, Douglas M. Teti, Ross A. Thompson, Thomas S. Weisner, and Relindis D. Yovsi --
Real-world applications of attachment theory / Mariano Rosabal-Coto, Naomi Quinn, Heidi Keller, Marga Vicedo, Nandita Chaudhary, Alma Gottlieb, Gabriel Scheidecker, Marjorie Murray, Akira Takada, and Gilda A. Morelli.
Series Title: Strüngmann Forum reports.
Responsibility: edited by Heidi Keller and Kim A. Bard.

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Multidisciplinary perspectives on the cultural and evolutionary foundations of children's attachment relationships and on the consequences for education, counseling, and policy.  Read more...

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