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Attachment and Bonding: A New Synthesis (Dahlem Workshop Reports)

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andlt;Pandgt;Attachment and bonding are evolved processes; the mechanisms that permit the development of selective social bonds are assumed to be very ancient, based on neural circuitry rooted deep in mammalian evolution, but the nature and timing of these processes and their ultimate and proximate causes are only beginning to be understood. In this Dahlem Workshop Report, scientists from different disciplines--including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, and behavioral biology--come together to explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from diverse perspectives. In their studies they seek to understand the causes or the consequences of attachment and bonding in general and their different qualities in individual development in particular. They address such questions as biobehavioral processes in attachment and bonding; early social attachment and its influences on later patterns of behavior; bonding later in life; and adaptive and maladaptive (or pathological) outcomes. The studies confirm that social bonds have consequences for virtually all aspects of behavior and may be protective in the face of both physical and emotional challenges.andlt;/Pandgt;

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Scientists from different disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, neurobiology, endocrinology, and molecular biology, explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from varying scientific perspectives.

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andlt;Pandgt;Scientists from different disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, neurobiology, endocrinology, and molecular biology, explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from varying scientific perspectives.andlt;/Pandgt;

Synopsis:

Attachment and bonding are evolved processes; the mechanisms that permit the development of selective social bonds are assumed to be very ancient, based on neural circuitry rooted deep in mammalian evolution, but the nature and timing of these processes and their ultimate and proximate causes are only beginning to be understood. In this Dahlem Workshop Report, scientists from different disciplines — including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, and behavioral biology — come together to explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from diverse perspectives. In their studies they seek to understand the causes or the consequences of attachment and bonding in general and their different qualities in individual development in particular. They address such questions as biobehavioral processes in attachment and bonding; early social attachment and its influences on later patterns of behavior; bonding later in life; and adaptive and maladaptive (or pathological) outcomes. The studies confirm that social bonds have consequences for virtually all aspects of behavior and may be protective in the face of both physical and emotional challenges.

About the Author

C. Sue Carter is Professor of Psychiatry and Codirector of the Brain Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago.Lieselotte Ahnert is Visiting Professor of Developmental Psychology and Visiting Professor at the Free University, BerlinK. E. Grossmann is Professor Emeritus, University of Regensberg.Sarah B. Hrdy is the author of Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants, and Natural Selection.Michael E. Lamb is Professor of Psychology in the Social Sciences, Cambridge University.Stephen W. Porges is Professor of Psychiatry, and Codirector of the Brain Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago.Norbert Sachser is Professor of Zoology and Director of the Behavioral Biology Division, University of Münster.

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ISBN:
9780262033480
Subtitle:
A New Synthesis
Editor:
Carter, Carol Sue
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Carter, Carol Sue
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Ahnert, Lieselotte
Editor:
Grossmann, Klaus E.
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Lamb, Michael E.
Author:
ephen W. Porges
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Hrdy, Sarah B.
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Porges, Stephen W.
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Sachser, Norbert
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Grossmann, K. E.
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Sachser, Norber
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Ahnert, Lieselotte
Author:
Carter, Carol Sue
Author:
Carter, C. Sue
Editor:
Ahnert, Lieselotte
Editor:
Grossmann, Klaus E.
Publisher:
The MIT Press
Location:
Cambridge
Subject:
Interpersonal Relations
Subject:
Social Psychology
Subject:
Attachment behavior
Subject:
Neuroscience
Subject:
Psychology : General
Series:
Dahlem Workshop Reports Attachment and Bonding
Publication Date:
20051118
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
from 17
Language:
English
Illustrations:
42 illus.
Pages:
512
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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"Synopsis" by , Scientists from different disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, neurobiology, endocrinology, and molecular biology, explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from varying scientific perspectives.
"Synopsis" by , andlt;Pandgt;Scientists from different disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, neurobiology, endocrinology, and molecular biology, explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from varying scientific perspectives.andlt;/Pandgt;
"Synopsis" by , Attachment and bonding are evolved processes; the mechanisms that permit the development of selective social bonds are assumed to be very ancient, based on neural circuitry rooted deep in mammalian evolution, but the nature and timing of these processes and their ultimate and proximate causes are only beginning to be understood. In this Dahlem Workshop Report, scientists from different disciplines — including anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, and behavioral biology — come together to explore the concepts of attachment and bonding from diverse perspectives. In their studies they seek to understand the causes or the consequences of attachment and bonding in general and their different qualities in individual development in particular. They address such questions as biobehavioral processes in attachment and bonding; early social attachment and its influences on later patterns of behavior; bonding later in life; and adaptive and maladaptive (or pathological) outcomes. The studies confirm that social bonds have consequences for virtually all aspects of behavior and may be protective in the face of both physical and emotional challenges.
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