A Narrative Study of Emotions Associated with Negative Childhood Experiences Reported in the Adult Attachment Interview

@inproceedings{Hartman2015ANS,
  title={A Narrative Study of Emotions Associated with Negative Childhood Experiences Reported in the Adult Attachment Interview},
  author={Lynne I Hartman},
  year={2015}
}
A NARRATIVE STUDY OF EMOTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH NEGATIVE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES REPORTED IN THE ADULT ATTACHMENT INTERVIEW LYNNE HARTMAN Antioch University Seattle Seattle, WA Attachment patterns, which tend to be stable over time, are passed from one generation to the next. Secure attachment has been linked to adaptive social functioning and has been identified as a protective factor against mental illness. The parents’ state of mind with regard to attachment—as measured with the Adult Attachment… CONTINUE READING

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