Infant attachment[ edit ] The attachment system serves to achieve or maintain proximity to the attachment figure. In close physical proximity this system is not activated, and the infant can direct its attention to the outside world.
The Handbook of Autism: The authors are speech and language therapists. The handbook of autism: Contains practical suggestions for teaching children with autism contributed by teachers and parents. Introducing Strategies for parents and professionals Adams Publications, Paperback, pages, also saw publisher listed as Imaginart.
Group Treatment for Asperger Syndrome: One Small Starfish Future Horizons, Autism, psychoanalysis, schizophrenia in children and abused children. I've also seen the title as Autistic Child As a Person.
Music therapy for the autistic child London: Oxford University Press, Compares musical and autistic behavior and has some case studies. Music therapy for the autistic child, 2nd ed Oxford: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders 3rd edition Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders 4th edition Washington: American Psychiatric Press, This book is not about autism but is an important reference in psychological practice.
Telephone number of publisher: American Psychological Association, Tales from the Table: Part of the series Topics in Autism. Indiana Resource Center for Autism, A Roadmap Jessica Kingsley Pub, Voices from the Spectrum: My Climb Out of Darkness Knopf, Karen Armstrong has written other books about religion.Through several papers, numerous research studies, and theories discarded, altered, or added together, Bowlby and Ainsworth developed and provided evidence for attachment theory as a more rigorous explanation and description of attachment behavior than any of the other theories on this topic at the time, including those that had grown out of.
According to Bowlby's Attachment Theory, attachment is a psychological connectedness that occurs between humans and lasts for a long period of time. To Bowlby, attachment is what keeps a baby connected to his mother, considering the needs of the child that can only be satisfied by his parent.
Behaviorists suggest that it was food that led to forming this attachment behavior, but Bowlby and others demonstrated that nurturance and responsiveness were the primary determinants of attachment.
The central theme of attachment theory is that primary caregivers who are available and responsive to an infant's needs allow the child to . About this List. These entries are from e-mail, online book lists, and the bibliographies included in books and papers.
This will always be a work in progress in that I am constantly adding to it and correcting it. Disorganized attachment is when there is a lack of attachment behavior.
In the s, Social policies concerning the care of children were the driving force in Bowlby's development of attachment theory.
The difficulty lies in applying attachment concepts to policy and practice. Attachment Theory (Bowlby) Attachment is described as a long lasting psychological connection with a meaningful person that causes pleasure while interacting and soothes in times of stress.
The mother’s behavior is consistent and sensitive to the needs of her child. Anxious avoidant insecure attachment: Children who have developed an.