The Origins and Developmental Significance of Individual Differences in Strange Situation Behavior
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First Published in 1985. This book provides a thorough review of the literature concerning the origins, interpretation, and developmental significance of individual differences in early infant-parent attachment.
Table of Contents
Preface SECTION 1: BACKGROUND 1. Introduction 2. The development of attachment theory 3. Individual differences in attachment SECTION II: INTERPRETING STRANGE SITUATION BEHAVIOR 4. The biological interpretation of Strange Situation behavior 5. Parent-infant interaction and subsequent Strange Situation behavior 6. Temperament, attachment, and Strange Situation behavior 7. Integration: The origins and interpretation of Strange Situation behavior SECTION III: STABILITY AND PREDICTION 8. The temporal stability of attachment classifications 9. Predictive validity of Strange Situation classifications 10. Integration: Stability and prediction SECTION IV: CROSS NATIONAL RESEARCH 11. Cross-cultural studies using the Strange Situation SECTION V: ALTERNATIVE ANALYTIC APPROACHES 12. Measuring individual differences in Strange Situation behavior 13. A component process approach to the study of individual differences and developmental change in attachment system functioning 14. New directions for attachment research: Design, measurement, and analysis SECTION VI: FUTURE DIRECTIONS 15. Future directions for research on Strange Situation behavior
Michael E. Lamb University of Utah, Ross A. Thompson University of Nebraska, William Gardner University of Virginia, Eric L. Charnov University of Utah