Effects of a Secure Attachment Relationship on Right Brain Development , Affect Regulation , and Infant Mental Health

@inproceedings{Schore1996EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of a Secure Attachment Relationship on Right Brain Development , Affect Regulation , and Infant Mental Health},
  author={Allan N. Schore},
  year={1996}
}
Over the last ten years the basic knowledge of brain structure and function has vastly expanded, and its incorporation into the developmental sciences is now allowing for more complex and heuristic models of human infancy. In a continuation of this effort, in this two-part work I integrate current interdisciplinary data from attachment studies on dyadic affective communications, neuroscience on the early developing right brain, psychophysiology on stress systems, and psychiatry on… CONTINUE READING
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