xii, 578 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Formatted Contents Note
The attachment behavioral system: basic concepts and principles A model of attachment-system functioning and dynamics in adulthood Normative attachment processes Measurement of attachment-related constructs in adulthood Individual differences in attachment-system functioning: development, stability, and change Attachment-related mental representations of self and others Attachment processes and emotion regulation Attachment orientations, behavioral self-regulation, and personal growth An attachment perspective on interpersonal regulation Attachment processes and couple functioning Relations between the attachment and caregiving systems Attachment and sex Attachment bases of psychopathology Implications of attachment theory and research for counseling and psychotherapy Applications of attachment theory and research in group and organizational settings Reflections on attachment security.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 503-562) and index.