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By Morris N. Eagle PhD

Although attachment thought was once initially rooted in psychoanalysis, the 2 components have considering the fact that constructed relatively independently. This incisive publication explores ways that attachment idea and psychoanalysis have every one contributed to knowing key facets of mental functioning--including childish and grownup sexuality, aggression, psychopathology, and psychotherapeutic change--and what the 2 fields can research from one another. Morris Eagle significantly evaluates how psychoanalytic pondering can relief in increasing middle attachment options, akin to the inner operating version, and the way wisdom approximately attachment can tell medical perform and increase psychoanalytic idea construction. 3 chapters on attachment thought and examine are written in collaboration with Everett Waters.

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As we have seen in one study, the mere presence of a photograph of mother increased the child’s exploratory activity (Passman & Erck, 1977; Passman & Longeway, 1982). , reading a Key Research Findings 25 newspaper vs. being fully available) increased exploratory activity (Sorce & Emde, 1981). There is also evidence on the relationship between the availability of a secure base and not only the range, but also the quality of exploratory activity—that is, whether the exploratory activity is relatively defensive or nondefensive, comfortable or accompanied by anxiety.

2000) sample was a stable middle-class one, whereas the Sroufe et al. (2005a) sample was a high-risk one. Perhaps more important than looking for evidence of stability—or instability—of attachment patterns is an understanding of the factors that make for stability or instability, or what Sroufe et al. ” As noted, an important factor that contributes to stability of attachment patterns over time is the stability of the individual’s caregiving environment. , Lewis, Feiring, & Rosenthal, 2000). This suggests that when stability of attachment patterns is found the kinds of early experiences and interactions associated with the infant’s attachment status are likely repeated at different stages of development.

Employing the Relationship Scale Questionnaire, a 30-item self-report measure, Ciechanowski, Katon, and Hirsch (2002) reported that 62% of diabetic patients with dismissing attachment had a mean glycosylated hemoglobin (HbAlc) of 8 or greater, compared with 34% of securely attached diabetic patients. Since HbAlc is the primary measure of longterm diabetic control, these findings suggest that the dismissing patients were not adequately monitoring diet and medication. As a final example of the relationship between attachment pattern and physical health, Sloan, Maunder, Hunter, and Moldofsky (2007) found that insecure attachment was associated with elevated levels of alpha wave activity in sleep which, in turn, is associated with nonrestorative sleep.

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