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Stability of Attachment Style in Adolescence: An Empirical Test of Alternative Developmental Processes
Few studies have examined stability and change in attachment during adolescence. This 5-year longitudinal study (a) examined whether prototype or revisionist developmental dynamics better characterized patterns of stability ...
Parental Attachment Style: Examination of Links with Parent Secure Base Provision and Adolescent Secure Base Use
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-06-05)
The secure base construct represents one of attachment theory’s most important contributions to our understanding of parent–child relationships and child development. The present study represents the first examination of ...
Parents’ Self-Reported Attachment Styles: A Review of Links with Parenting Behaviors, Emotions, and Cognitions
For decades, attachment scholars have been investigating how parents’ adult attachment orientations relate to the ways in which they parent. Traditionally, this research has been conducted by developmental and clinical ...
Maternal Attachment Style and Responses to Adolescents’ Negative Emotions: The Mediating Role of Maternal Emotion Regulation
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-11-11)
Objective. Previous research has examined the developmental consequences, particularly in early childhood, of parents’ supportive and unsupportive responses to children’s negative emotions. Much less is known about factors ...
Contributions of attachment theory and research: A framework for future research, translation, and policy
(Cambridge University Press, 2013-12-17)
Attachment theory has been generating creative and impactful research for almost half a century. In this article we focus on the documented antecedents and consequences of individual differences in infant attachment patterns, ...
Parental Knowledge of Adolescent Activities: Links With Parental Attachment Style and Adolescent Substance Use
(American Psychological Association, 2015)
Parents’ knowledge of their adolescents’ whereabouts and activities is a robust predictor of adolescent risk behavior, including the use of drugs and alcohol. Surprisingly few studies have attempted to identify parental ...