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A Dynamic Systems Model of Infant Attachment

Gregory T. Stevens, Jun Zhang
2009 IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development  
Here, we model such attachment mechanism and its dynamic regulation by a coupled system of ordinary differential equations.  ...  Evidence from neurophysiology has grounded such mechanism of infant attachment to the dynamic interplay between an opioid-based proximity-seeking mechanism and an NE-based arousal system that are regulated  ...  In the sections that follow, we will present such a model, framing attachment dynamics as a product of joint regulation of opioid and arousal systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tamd.2009.2038190 fatcat:o5yff7sfrfdpph3fsvazykrpzq

Mutual Regulation, Mentalization, and Therapeutic Action: A Reflection on the Contributions of Ed Tronick to Developmental and Psychotherapeutic Thinking

Peter Fonagy
2015 Psychoanalytic inquiry  
Tronick's mutual regulation model (MRM) is outlined and examined from the point of view of the attachment-theory-based mentalization model of interpersonal interaction and psychopathology.  ...  The article identifies common ground between clinical implications of Tronick's MRM and the mentalization model as independent but complementary ways of expanding ideas originating in attachment theory  ...  Instead, he brought a radical new perspective, dynamic systems theory, to the study of parent-infant interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07351690.2015.1022481 fatcat:k54r3hajqnezhbp2y4jnqakwwy

Adult romantic attachment: Theoretical developments, emerging controversies, and unanswered questions

R. Chris Fraley, Phillip R. Shaver
2000 Review of General Psychology  
In addition, they discuss 5 issues related to the theory that need further clarification: (a) the nature of attachment relationships, (b) the evolution and function of attachment in adulthood, (c) models  ...  In discussing these issues, they provide leads for future research and outline a more complete theory of romantic attachment.  ...  Top: Control-systems model of the rudimentary dynamics of the attachment system. Bottom:Modified version of the model. According to this model, the attachment system has two key components.  ... 
doi:10.1037//1089-2680.4.2.132 fatcat:6eqynep57zaxzaan73ucazvsfm

Adult romantic attachment: Theoretical developments, emerging controversies, and unanswered questions

R. Chris Fraley, Phillip R. Shaver
2000 Review of General Psychology  
In addition, they discuss 5 issues related to the theory that need further clarification: (a) the nature of attachment relationships, (b) the evolution and function of attachment in adulthood, (c) models  ...  In discussing these issues, they provide leads for future research and outline a more complete theory of romantic attachment.  ...  Top: Control-systems model of the rudimentary dynamics of the attachment system. Bottom:Modified version of the model. According to this model, the attachment system has two key components.  ... 
doi:10.1037/1089-2680.4.2.132 fatcat:45utvxsz4fexjpwk7ab3uqk3jm

The Two-Person Construction of Defenses: Disorganized Attachment Strategies, Unintegrated Mental States, and Hostjle/Helpless Relational Processes

Karlen Lyons-Ruth
2003 Journal of Infant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy  
Lyons-Ruth will draw out some of the joint implications of attachment research and dynamic systems theory, for modeling the non-interpretive processes in psychoanalytically oriented treatment.  ...  psychoanalytic thinking toward a more fully relational theory and model of treatment.  ...  Lyons-Ruth will draw out some of the joint implications of attachment research and dynamic systems theory, for modeling the non-interpretive processes in psychoanalytically oriented treatment.  ... 
pmid:18074006 pmcid:PMC2131723 fatcat:arbzti7x2rhxzh76t5ezqjdgj4

Is attachment transmitted across generations? The plot thickens

Prachi E. Shah, Peter Fonagy, Lane Strathearn, Rudi Dallos, Patricia M. Crittenden
2010 Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry  
There was a significant match of patterns for secure mothers and babies, but a tendency for inversion of insecure patterns of attachment, i.e., Type A mothers often had infants with a Type C pattern and  ...  The AAIs were classified using Crittenden's Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) and the SSPs using both the DMM and also Main and Solomon's ABC+D methods.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the invaluable contributions of Patricia Crittenden, Ph.D. who provided reviews, edits and helpful suggestions on earlier drafts of the  ... 
doi:10.1177/1359104510365449 pmid:20603421 pmcid:PMC3060612 fatcat:iizjua3ggff4teavpkjvmcq33m

Modelling emotional attachment: An integrative framework for architectures and scenarios

Dean Petters, Everett Waters
2015 2015 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)  
A number of existing agent-based models and robotic attachment simulations capture attachment behaviour, but individual simulations created with different tools and modelling approaches typically do not  ...  Secondly, an integrative modelling approach is proposed where the evaluation of, and comparison between attachment models is guided by reference to a shared conceptual framework for architectures provided  ...  So a key advantage of Bischof's model is it instantiates attachment control within a broad motivational system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ijcnn.2015.7280431 dblp:conf/ijcnn/PettersW15 fatcat:r7r3pr75tzc5vp7xegr5zjc2dm

Page 429 of Journal of Family Psychology Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

2005 Journal of Family Psychology  
Adult attachment representations, parental responsiveness, and infant attachment: A meta-analysis on the predictive validity of the Adult Attachment Interview. Psychological Bulletin, 117, 387-403.  ...  A family systems frame- work for the study of attachment. In M. T. Greenberg, D. Cicchetti, & E. M. Cummings (Eds.), Attachment in the pre- school years (pp. 51-86).  ... 

Page 1500 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 85, Issue 4 [page]

1998 Psychological Abstracts  
Been Dynamical systems and the structure of behavior - Darren Newtson Modeling interpersonal coordination dy- namics: Implications for a dynamical theory of developing systems - Richard C.  ...  TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Introduction: Modeling development as dynamical systems - Karl M. Newell and Peter C. M.  ... 

Neural basis of attachment-caregiving systems interaction: insights from neuroimaging studies

Delia Lenzi, Cristina Trentini, Renata Tambelli, Patrizia Pantano
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
The attachment and the caregiving system are complementary systems which are active simultaneously in infant and mother interactions.  ...  explored how the individual attachment model (through the Adult Attachment Interview) modulates its activity.  ...  Examining Individual Differences in the Attachment System: Attachment Models Attachment models reflect ones' most accessible IWM and the typical functioning of ones' attachment system.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01241 pmid:26379578 pmcid:PMC4547017 fatcat:xqfz3smlmffcdesb75agopswre

Airport separations: A naturalistic study of adult attachment dynamics in separating couples

R. Chris Fraley, Phillip R. Shaver
1998 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
But the behavioral strategies exhibited by women varied as a function of Avoidant, not Anxious, working models. Results for men were less clear.  ...  Couple members separating and not separating from each other in a public airport completed a questionnaire designed to assess relationship length, attachment style, and degree of subjective distress.  ...  This issue might best be addressed by considering a model of the functional organization of the attachment system (see .  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.75.5.1198 fatcat:b4v7wvz655eijpdviyrkarbu7u

Airport separations: A naturalistic study of adult attachment dynamics in separating couples

R. Chris Fraley, Phillip R. Shaver
1998 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
But the behavioral strategies exhibited by women varied as a function of Avoidant, not Anxious, working models. Results for men were less clear.  ...  Couple members separating and not separating from each other in a public airport completed a questionnaire designed to assess relationship length, attachment style, and degree of subjective distress.  ...  This issue might best be addressed by considering a model of the functional organization of the attachment system (see .  ... 
doi:10.1037//0022-3514.75.5.1198 fatcat:nhnp63d2fbbnziwati2n7uqfge

On the Origins of Disorganized Attachment and Internal Working Models: Paper I. A Dyadic Systems Approach

Beatrice Beebe, Frank Lachmann, Sara Markese, Lorraine Bahrick
2012 Psychoanalytic dialogues  
A DYADIC SYSTEMS APPROACH TO EARLY FACE-TO-FACE COMMUNICATION IN THE ORIGINS OF WORKING MODELS OF ATTACHMENT Dyadic Systems Approach to Face-to-Face Communication We use a dyadic systems approach to describe  ...  The Advantage of a Dyadic Systems Approach to the Origins of Attachment A dyadic systems approach has not been adequately exploited in the study of the origins of attachment (Seifer & Schiller, 1995 ;  ... 
doi:10.1080/10481885.2012.666147 pmid:25392604 pmcid:PMC4225631 fatcat:baktioruo5ehjkpyiz7vkbjlqa

Early Attachment and the Development of Social Communication: A Neuropsychological Approach

Vibhuti Jethava, Jocelyn Kadish, Lisa Kakonge, Catherine Wiseman-Hakes
2022 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
There exists a strong interconnection between the development of language and other higher cognitive skills, mediated, in part, through the early attachment relationship.  ...  The early attachment relationship supports the development of the foundational constructs of social communication.  ...  We note that the brevity of a mini review format necessarily excludes the work of all authors that are critical to this field of study.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2022.838950 pmid:35463524 pmcid:PMC9024310 fatcat:pkuyjguadbahnffd25tvmjl5iq

Arousal regulation and affective adaptation to human responsiveness by a robot that explores and learns a novel environment

Antoine Hiolle, Matthew Lewis, Lola Cañamero
2014 Frontiers in Neurorobotics  
We build on two strands of previous work that assessed independently (a) the differences between two "idealized" robot profiles-a "needy" and an "independent" robot-in terms of their use of a caregiver  ...  as a means to regulate the "stress" (arousal) produced by the exploration and learning of a novel environment, and (b) the effects on the robot behaviors of two caregiving profiles varying in their responsiveness  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to the two anonymous reviewers and to Matthew Egbert for their feedback on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbot.2014.00017 pmid:24860492 pmcid:PMC4030164 fatcat:2ocx6fwb6fghxgbsft5yk2nbiu
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