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16. Group report: Early social attachment and its consequences: the dynamics of a developing relationship

  title={16. Group report: Early social attachment and its consequences: the dynamics of a developing relationship},
  author={R. Thompson and K. Braun and K. Grossmann and M. Gunnar and M. Heinrichs and H. Keller and T. O'connor and G. Spangler and E. Voland and Sheila Wang},
  • R. Thompson, K. Braun, +7 authors Sheila Wang
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • The origins and consequences of early social attachments are longstanding interests of developmental scientists that have been enlivened through the integrative contributions of psychobiological research. Among the issues to emerge in this integrative work are: • A better understanding of the behavioral and biological prerequisites for forming first attachments in infancy, and how these are reorganized when first attachments must develop later than is species-typical, or under atypical… CONTINUE READING
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