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N. (1989). Implications of research on infant development for psychodynamic theory and practice. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28(5), 657–668. Zeanah, P. , Larrieu, J. , & Zeanah, C. H. A clinical guide to infant mental health. (Manuscript submitted for publication). New York: Guilford Press. 25 CHAPTER 2 ] Attachment: Theory, disruptions and disorders KEY CONCEPTS • Importance of attachment theory in infant mental health • Secure and insecure attachment relationships and attachment disorganisation • Primary attachments and interpersonal functioning • Implications of early attachment disruption and attachment trauma PRINCIPLES • Attachment quality influences infant development • Attachment history affects parenting capacity • Attachment theory informs a range of clinical situations In Chapter 1, the emergence of an attachment relationship as one of the core aspects of psychological and emotional development in infancy was discussed.

It is associated with trauma, parental bereavement and disturbed parenting. The Adult Attachment Interview More recently Carol George, Mary Main and co-workers have developed the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) protocol, a semi-structured interview that includes a series of increasingly targeted questions and prompts designed to elicit memories and representations of early attachment relationships (George, Kaplan & Main, 1996). This standardised interview undertaken with adults is transcribed and rated, not only on the content of what is said, but how the adult talks about their early experiences.

New York: Guilford Press. Howe, D. (2005). Child abuse and neglect: Attachment, development and intervention. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

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