This collection of original articles by leading specialists in child development brings together work from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to establish, for the first time, the importance of the preschool period (eighteen months to four years)for parent-child attachment relationships. Balancing theoretical, research-oriented, and clinical papers, Attachment in the Preschool Years provides valuable data and approaches for those working in a wide range of fields, including developmental psychology and psychopathology, child psychiatry, family therapy, pediatrics, nursing, and early childhood education. qThere is a wealth of information and thought in this book; it does not have a weak or uninteresting chapter, starting with the Preface by Emde, and as a whole, it forms a sort of seminar.qaJohn E. Bates, Contemporary PsychologyFinally, although development of procedures and/or coding schemes to assess attachment is an important goal, it is ... of this section we consider recent work relevant to these issues in the measurement of attachment in the preschool years . 1.
|Title||:||Attachment in the Preschool Years|
|Author||:||Mark T. Greenberg, Dante Cicchetti, E. Mark Cummings|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 1993-05-15|