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Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models

new growing points of attachment theory and research

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Published by Society for Research in Child Development in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Attachment behavior in children,
  • Attachment behavior

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesNew growing points of attachment theory and research.
    Statementedited by Everett Waters ... [et al.]; with commentary by Christoph M. Heinicke, Inge Bretherton.
    SeriesMonographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- serial no. 244, v. 60, no. 2-3, 1995, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- no.244.
    ContributionsWaters, Everett., Heinicke, Christoph M., 1926-, Bretherton, Inge.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15379216M
    ISBN 100226874737

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The prototype hypothesis and the origins of attachment working models: Adult relationships with parents and romantic partners. In E. Waters, B. Vaughn, G. Posada, & K. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working by: Caregiving Cultural and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure base Behavior and Working Models Book Summary: The attachment bond that develops between infant and mother is the first of many intimate relationships we form throughout life, and as such it has been the focus of much research.

But how does the quality of the secure base phenomena that. The secure-base phenomenon across cultures: Children’s behavior, mothers’ preferences, and experts’ concepts.

In E. Waters, B. Vaughn, G. Posada, & K. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and by: Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 60(2–3).

Chicago: niversity of Chicago Press. Google ScholarCited by: The importance of caregiver-child interactions for the survival and healthy development of young children: a review. development. vers – psychology logy, Social – in infancy Caregiving childhood conomic factors r, Linda Health Organization ISBN 92 4 X (NLM classification: WS C3).

Notes. Published as an appendix in: Caregiving, Cultural, and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-Base Behavior and Working Models: New Growing Point of Attachment Theory and Research.B. Vaughn, E. Waters, G. Posada, and K. Kondo-Ikemura. (Eds.). The book is not available online here.

If you are affiliated with The University of Western Ontario, please use the Shared Library Catalogue's Cited by: Notes. Published as a book chapter in: Caregiving, Cultural, and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-Base Behavior and Working Models: New Growing Point of Attachment Theory and Research.B.

Vaughn, E. Waters, G. Posada, and K. Kondo-Ikemura. (Eds.). The book is not available online by: B.E. Vaughn, E. Waters, G. Posada, K. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing point of attachment theory and research.

Monographs of the society for research in Cited by: Ethnic minorities are expected to experience a greater demand for family caregiving than non-Latino Whites due to their projected population growth.

Although the consensus of researchers on caregiving and culture finds that the caregiving experience differs significantly among cultural/ethnic groups, the question remains as to how cultural values and norms influence the caregiver by: secure base concept at center stage in attachment theory and research, (2) updating traditional views of attachment development, function, and working models, and (3) looking to family, life span, and cross-cultural contexts to test key postulates of attachment theory.

A Secure Base From Which To Explore Like a secure attachment, a well formed. In E. Waters, B.E. Vaughn, G. Posada, & K. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of Author: Kelly Bost, Brian E.

Vaughn, Carrol Heller. Caregiving, Cultural, and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-Base Behavior and Working Models: New Growing Points on Attachment Theory and Research avg rating — 0 ratings — published /5.

Caregiving, cultural and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and research [Monograph]. Society for Research in Child Development, 60(). Education. Post-Doctoral Research Associate,State University of New York at Stony Brook. The Secure-Base Phenomenon across Cultures: Children's Behavior, Mothers' Preferences, and Experts' Concepts.

Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol. 60, No. 2/3, Caregiving, Cultural, and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-Base Behavior and Working Models: New Growing Points of Attachment Theory and Research (), pp. Appendix B.

Maternal Behaviour Q-set. Caregiving, Cultural, and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-Base Behavior and Working Models: New Growing Point of Attachment Theory and Research () David Pederson, University of. The secure-base phenomenon across cultures: Children’s behavior, mothers’ preferences, and experts’ concepts.

Monographs of the Society. The Attachment Behavioral System Basic Concepts and Principles My life’s work has been directed to a single aim. I have observed the more subtle distur-bances of mental function in healthy and sick people and have sought to infer—or, if you prefer it, to guess—from signs of this kind how the apparatus which serves these func.

The extent of evidence on ethnic differences in caregiving experiences, 25–27 along with evidence from the only multi-site intervention study focused on the health of ethnically diverse dementia caregivers, the REACH program, support cultural tailoring of psychosocial support interventions for family caregivers.

The REACH studies demonstrated Cited by: Even ill and temperamentally irritable infants usually become securely attached if parents adapt their caregiving to suit the baby's needs, Family conditions, stress and instability, influence caregiving behavior and attachment security.

Parents' internal working models also predict the quality of infants' attachment bonds. Lisa M. Diamond, Christopher P.

Fagundes, in Advances in Child Development and Behavior, B Attachment anxiety and avoidance. Much initial research on individual differences in attachment security focused on the cognitive-representational aspects of infants' internal working models: As noted earlier, anxious and avoidant working models encapsulate specific mental expectations of caregiver.

Start studying Chapter 5. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Cross-cultural studies of infants' behavior in the "Strange Situation" reveals that ____ is the most common kind of attachment that infants display.

even with new caregivers who have secure working models of attachment relationships. Note: Payne () argues that social work theory succeeds best when it contains all three elements of perspective, theory and model.

Example: Men who batter their partners Theory: Social learning theory – men learn their violent behavior in their family of origin, and from a culture that rewards anger and violence in men; cognitive theory –File Size: KB. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, Cultural and Cognitive Perspectives on Secure-base Behavior and Working Models.

Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 60(, Serial No. Waters, E., and Deane, K.E. Defining and Assessing Individual Differences in AttachmentFile Size: KB. The role of parenting sensitivity, infant temperament, and dyadic interaction in attachment theory and assessment.

In E. Waters, B. Vaughn, G. Posada, & K. Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and research. The first part of this paper reviews the basic tenets of attachment theory with respect to differences in cultural socialization strategies.

In one strategy infants have the lead, and the social environment is responsive to the infant’s wishes and preferences. In another strategy the caregivers—children or adults—are experts who know what is best for a baby without exploring his or Cited by: 7.

Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure -base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and research. (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Nos. 2 -3), 60, Waters, E., & Deane, K. Defining and assessing individual differences in.

Formative Experiences book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “Formative Experiences: The Interaction of Caregiving, Culture, and Developmental Psychobiology” as Want to Read: behavioral, and cultural dynamics.

The authors draw on insights from psychobiological, clinical, 4/5(2). Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and research. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 60 (, Serial No.

), 3. Bretherton, I. New wine in old bottles. In M. Gunnar & L.A. Sroufe (Eds.), Concepts of Self. within Romantic Relationships A Behavioral Systems Perspective MARIO MIKULINCER W transactions (working models of self and others), which organize memories 24 INTRODUCTION.

to the other behavioral systems—sex and caregiving—involved in romantic love. More recently this imbalance has begun to be corrected, and more. Caregivers and information behavior. The shift from thinking about information needs (narrower approach) to information behaviors (broader approach) in the CG literature is limited (Dervin, ; Ginman, ).Existing approaches to the study of information and CGs often focus on CGs’ information needs.

Such approaches tend to focus on filling a gap in knowledge, whether or not that Cited by: 9. E Waters, BE Vaughn, G Posada, & K Kondo-Ikemura (Eds.), Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models.

Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 60, Serial No.Caregiving, cultural, and cognitive perspectives on secure-base behavior and working models: New growing points of attachment theory and research. .Accordingly, creating opportunities for Hispanics to overcome deep cultural barriers to obtaining care is important.

Hispanics’ strong cultural commitment to family can result in increased caregiver stress. Family caregivers should be the focus of dementia outreach and have options for culturally appropriate support in their community.

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