'This volume is a 'must' for all psychotherapeutic clinicians and child development researchers, and will become a standard text for courses in clinical psychology. I will certainly use it as such in the master's program in psychological therapies that I run.' - Jeremy Holmes, MD, FRCPsych, University of Exeter and University College London, UK
'This book provides a unique overview of more than 30 years of fascinating longitudinal research on attachment development. It contains marvelous reports of the seminal longitudinal studies conducted by the most well-known people in the field. The volume demonstrates in an impressive manner how empirical findings not only can confirm assumptions derived from theory, but also can challenge those assumptions and thus contribute to the ongoing development of the theory.' - Gottfried Spangler, PhD, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Attachment from Infancy to Adulthood provides unique and valuable firsthand accounts of the most important longitudinal studies of attachment. It presents new insights on a range of research programs that have broadened our understanding of attachment, in and outside of the family context, and its role in individual adaptation throughout life. In addition to discussing the pivotal findings that emerged from each study, a number of leading investigators offer rare reflections on the process of scientific discovery. Themes addressed include the complexities of designing studies that span years or even decades; challenges in translating theoretical constructs into age-appropriate assessments; the ways in which Bowlby's original models have been refined and elaborated; and how attachment interacts with other key variables that shape individual developmental trajectories.
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