Attachment from Infancy to Adulthood: The Major Longitudinal Studies / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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About the Author
Klaus E. Grossmann (PhD, University of Arkansas, 1965; Hab., University of Freiburg, 1970) first discovered the work of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth while conducting ethological and experimental research at the University of Freiburg's Institute for Biology after receiving his doctoral degree. He was appointed Full Professor at Bielefeld University, Germany, in 1970, and began the Bielefeld Longitudinal Study in 1973. In 1977, he moved his laboratory to the University of Regensburg and started a second long-term longitudinal attachment study. Professor Grossmann's numerous publications include, most recently, a collection of John Bowlby's and Mary Ainsworth's key papers in German translation with commentary (coedited with Karin Grossmann).
Karin Grossmann (PhD, University of Regensburg, 1984) is a Senior Scientist in Psychology at the University of Regensburg, Germany. Dr. Grossmann's research focuses on longitudinal and cross-cultural research in attachment. Widely published, she recently coauthored (with Klaus Grossmann) a book based on the Bielefeld and Regensburg longitudinal studies. She also teaches and publishes on the applications of attachment theory and research in family matters.
Everett Waters (PhD, University of Minnesota, 1977) is Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a founding member of the New York Attachment Consortium. At the University of Minnesota's Institute of Child Development, Dr. Waters studied ethology and evolution with William Charlesworth and the concept of development and emotional development with L. Alan Sroufe. His extensive publications include the classic volume [i]Patterns of Attachment[/i] (coauthored with Mary Ainsworth and colleagues) and two [i]Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development[/i].
Table of Contents1. Ethology and Attachment Theory, Robert A. Hinde
2. In Pursuit of the Internal Working Model Construct and Its Relevance to Attachment Relationships, Inge Bretherton
3. Placing Early Attachment Experiences in Developmental Context: The Minnesota Longitudinal Study, L. Alan Sroufe, Byron Egeland, Elizabeth Carlson, and W. Andrew Collins
4. Attachment Theory and Research in Ecological Perspective: Insights from the Pennsylvania Infant and Family Development Project and the NICHD Study of Early Child Care, Jay Belsky
5. Early Care and the Roots of Attachment and Partnership Representations: The Bielefeld and Regensburg Longitudinal Studies, Karin Grossmann, Klaus E. Grossmann, and Heinz Kindler
6. Understanding and Resolving Emotional Conflict: The London Parent-Child Project, Howard Steele and Miriam Steele
7. Correlates of Attachment to Multiple Caregivers in Kibbutz Children from Birth to Emerging Adulthood: The Haifa Longitudinal Study, Abraham Sagi-Schwartz and Ora Aviezer
8. The Interplay between Attachment, Temperament, and Maternal Style: A Madingley Perspective, Joan Stevenson-Hinde
9. Attachment Representations, Secure-Base Behavior, and the Evolution of Adult Relationships: The Stony Brook Adult Relationships Project, Judith Crowell and Everett Waters
10. Predictability of Attachment Behavior and Representational Processes at 1, 6, and 19 Years of Age: The Berkeley Longitudinal Study, Mary Main, Erik Hesse, and Nancy Kaplan
11. Lessons from the Longitudinal Studies of Attachment, Mary Dozier, Melissa Manni, and Oliver Lindhiem
Researchers and students in developmental and clinical psychology, human development, and family studies; clinicians working with children and families. May serve as a supplemental text in graduate-level courses.