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Loss

John Bowlby

Loss

John Bowlby

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Bowlby's seminal contribution to the way we understand attachment concludes with an examination of loss. He offers not only a new developmental model but also rare insight into the dynamics of mourning, the problems of depression, and the processes of accommodation and healing. An appreciation by Daniel Stern, whose research on the mother/infant bond affirms and expands on Bowlby's work, fittingly graces this new edition.

- Publisher This is the third and final volume of a work that explores the implications for the psychology and psychopathology of personality of the ways in which young children respond to a temporary or permanent loss of mother-figure. The primary data are observations of how young children behave in defined situations; in the light of these data an attempt is made to describe certain early phases of personality functioning and, from them, to extrapolate forwards.

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Bowlby's seminal contribution to the way we understand attachment concludes with an examination of loss. He offers not only a new developmental model but also rare insight into the dynamics of mourning, the problems of depression, and the processes of accommodation and healing. An appreciation by Daniel Stern, whose research on the mother/infant bond affirms and expands on Bowlby's work, fittingly graces this new edition.
- Publisher

This is the third and final volume of a work that explores the implications for the psychology and psychopathology of personality of the ways in which young children respond to a temporary or permanent loss of mother-figure. The primary data are observations of how young children behave in defined situations; in the light of these data an attempt is made to describe certain early phases of personality functioning and, from them, to extrapolate forwards.
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John Bowlby

Bowlby was born in London and educated at the University of Cambridge and University College Hospital in London.

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  • Catalogue Code 167253
  • Product Code 0465042384
  • EAN 9780465042388
  • Pages 496
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Care/counselling
  • Publisher Basic Books
  • Publication Date Oct 1982
  • Dimensions 203 x 135 x 32 mm
  • Weight 0.496kg

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