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The dynamics of measuring attachment

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2002
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Abstract
Comments on the paper by P. R. Shaver and M. Mikulciner (see record 2002-08087-002) about research and assessment related to the psychodynamics of adult attachment. The current authors specifically address the adult attachment interview (AAI) compared with self-report methods in measuring the dynamics of attachment. They noted the benefits of the AAI, but are also persuaded by Shaver and Mikulciner's article that self-reports of adult attachment are predictive of attachment-related dynamic processes. It is suggested that the joint use of self-reports and interviews would provide a useful way to further the study of attachment dynamics.
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Bartholomew, K., & Moretti, M. (2002). The dynamics of measuring attachment. Attachment & Human Development, 4(2), 162-165. doi:10.1080/14616730210157493 This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Attachment & Human Development on September 2002, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14616730210157493
Publication title
Attachment & Human Development
Document title
The dynamics of measuring attachment
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Date
2002
Volume
4
Issue
2
First page
162
Last page
165
Publisher DOI
10.1080/14616730210157493
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Yes
Language
English
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