Bridging the attachment transmission gap: The role of maternal mind-mindedness

@inproceedings{Bernier2003BridgingTA,
  title={Bridging the attachment transmission gap: The role of maternal mind-mindedness},
  author={Annie Bernier and Mary G. Dozier},
  year={2003}
}
The intergenerational transmission of attachment patterns is one of the most reliable yet least understood findings of attachment research. The aim of this report was to examine the capacity of maternal mind-mindedness to account for the relation between adult attachment state of mind and infant attachment security. Sixty-four foster children (aged 6-30 months) participated with their foster mothers. The mother's tendency to use mental features in describing her child (mind-mindedness) was… CONTINUE READING

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