Frightened , Threatening , and Dissociative Parental Behavior : Theory and Associations With Parental Adult Attachment Interview Status and Infant Disorganization

@inproceedings{Hesse2006FrightenedT,
  title={Frightened , Threatening , and Dissociative Parental Behavior : Theory and Associations With Parental Adult Attachment Interview Status and Infant Disorganization},
  author={Erik Hesse},
  year={2006}
}
In 1990 we advanced the hypothesis that frightened and frightening ~FR! parental behavior would prove to be linked to both unresolved ~U! adult attachment status as identified in the Adult Attachment Interview and to infant disorganized0disoriented ~D! attachment as assessed in the Ainsworth Strange Situation. Here, we present a coding system for identifying and scoring the intensity of the three primary forms of FR behavior ~frightened, threatening, and dissociative! as well as three… CONTINUE READING

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