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These infants express little distress when separated from their An Overview of Adult Attachment Theory 29 mothers and may actively turn away from or avoid them upon reunion. Anxious infants’ reactions are hyperactivated. , protest) upon reunion, making it difficult for them to be soothed and return to creative play. In the 1980s, researchers from different psychological subdisciplines (developmental, clinical, personality, and social) constructed new measures of attachment style to extend attachment research into adolescence and adulthood.
First of all, Bowlby was a psychoanalyst; although he eventually reworked much of psychoanalytic theory, he continued to emphasize the childhood origins of personality and psychopathology, the reality of unconscious defenses, and the importance and complexity of close relationships. , 2004), we have found good empirical support for some of Bowlby’s more psychodynamic hypotheses. Thus attachment theory and research continue to benefit from the insights of generations of psychoanalysts. It should be possible for psychoanalytically oriented clinicians to benefit from what has been learned so far by attachment researchers.
Baldwin, 1992; Collins & Read, 1994; Shaver, Collins, & Clark, 1996). At the relationship-specific level, the model representing the typical interaction with an attachment figure has the highest likelihood of being accessible and guiding subsequent interactions with that person. , parents and romantic partners) typically becomes the most commonly available representation and has the strongest effect on attachment-related expectations, feelings, and behaviors across relationships and over time.