TOWARD AN INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE DEVELOPING MIND : ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS , “ MINDSIGHT , ” AND NEURAL INTEGRATION

@inproceedings{Siegel2001TOWARDAI,
  title={TOWARD AN INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE DEVELOPING MIND : ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS , “ MINDSIGHT , ” AND NEURAL INTEGRATION},
  author={Daniel J. Siegel},
  year={2001}
}
 The signals sent by each member of an attuned dyad (a pair of individuals) are directly responsive in quality and timing with each other.  These attuned communications often have their foundation in the nonverbal signals that are shared between two individuals. Eye contact, facial expression, tone of voice, bodily gestures and timing and intensity of response are all fundamental aspects of nonverbal signals.  These primary emotions can be seen as the “music of the mind”  Each person may… CONTINUE READING

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