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Enhancing early attachments : theory, research, intervention, and policy

Author: Lisa J Berlin
Publisher: New York ; London : Guilford, 2007.
Series: Duke series in child development and public policy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Synthesising the latest theory, research, and practices related to supporting early attachments, this volume provides a unique window into the major treatment and prevention approaches available today.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa J Berlin
ISBN: 9781593854706 1593854706
OCLC Number: 141382022
Notes: Originally published: 2005.
Description: 357 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: pt. I: Theoretical and research bases for interventions to enhance early attachments. 1. Interventions to enhance early attachments : the state of the field today / Lisa J. Berlin --
2. Examination of the precursors of infant attachment security : implications for early intervention and intervention research / Jude Cassidy, Susan S. Woodhouse, Glen Cooper, Kent Hoffman, Bert Powell, & Mindy Rodenberg --
3. Attachment-based intervention programs : implications for attachment theory and research / Yair Ziv --
4. The developmental neurobiology of disrupted attachment : lessons from animal models and child abuse research / Frank W. Putnam --
5. Reciprocal influences of attachment and trauma : using a dual lens in the assessment and treatment of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers / Alicia F. Lieberman & Lisa Amaya-Jackson --
pt. II: Interventions to enhance early attachments : practice and policy. 6. The circle of security intervention : differential diagnosis and differential treatment / Glen Cooper, Kent Hoffman, Bert Powell & Robert Marvin --
7. Minding the baby : enhancing parental reflective functioning in a nursing/mental health home visiting program / Arietta Slade, Lois S. Sadler, & Linda C. Mayes --
8. Attachment and biobehavioral catch-up : an intervention targeting empirically identified needs of foster infants / Mary Dozier, Oliver Lindhiem, & John P. Ackerman --
9. Building attachment relationships following maltreatment and severe deprivation / Charles H. Zeanah & Anna T. Smyke --
10. The nurse-family partnership : foundations in attachment theory and epidemiology / David L. Olds --
11. Enhancing early attachments in the context of Early Head Start : Can programs emphasizing family support improve rates of secure infant-mother attachments in low-income families? / Susan Spieker, Dana Nelson, Michelle DeKlyen, & Fredi Staerkel --
12. Tales from the capitol : tried, true, and not-true strategies for increasing policy support for programs to enhance early attachment / Geoffrey Nagle & Joan Wightkin --
Commentaries. Why less is more : from the Dodo bird verdict to evidence-based interventions on sensitivity and early attachments / Marinus van IJzendoorn, Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, & Femmie Juffer --
Models versus metaphors in translating attachment theory to the clinic and community / Thomas G. O'Connor & Wendy J. Nilsen --
Enhancing early attachments : synthesis and recommendations for research, practice, and policy / Mark T. Greenberg.
Series Title: Duke series in child development and public policy.
Responsibility: edited by Lisa J. Berlin [and others].

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