Attachment Across the Life Cycle by Colin Murray Parkes

By Colin Murray Parkes

To give an explanation for and comprehend the styles that attachment play in psychiatric and social difficulties a physique of data has sprung up which owes a lot to the pioneering paintings of the past due John Bowlby. This booklet attracts jointly contemporary theoretical contributions, study findings and scientific info from psychiatrists, psychologists, sociologists and ethologists from Britain, the United States and Europe.

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67–104), New York: Wiley. ——( 1967 ) Infancy in Uganda: Infant Care and the Growth of Love, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. ——( 1968 ) ‘Object relations, dependency, and attachment: a theoretical review of the infant–mother relationship’, Child Development 40:969–1025. ——( 1974 ) ‘Citation for the G. Stanley Hall award to John Bowlby’, Unpublished manuscript. N. F. Russo (eds) Models of Achievement: Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology. ——( 1989 ) ‘Attachments beyond infancy’, American Psychologist 44:709–16.

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In providing care to his partner, the male helps her to care for her infant or young child, even in cases in which he gives little or no direct care to the child, only protection when needed. This might well make for a less reciprocal relationship during the early years of child-rearing, during which the female’s caregiving is chiefly directed toward the child, with the male’s role the seemingly more demanding one of giving care and/or protection to both. However, it makes sense to suppose that the female may also strive to give care to her partner in appropriate ways, if only in acknowledgement of the care she needs from him.

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