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Generations of researchers have tested and used attachment theory to understand children's development. To bring coherence to the expansive set of findings from small-sample studies, the field early on adopted meta-analysis. Nevertheless, gaps in understanding intergenerational transmission of individual differences in attachment continue to exist. We discuss how attachment research has been addressing these challenges by collaborating in formulating questions and pooling data and resources fordoi:10.17863/cam.55468 fatcat:aqklro64ffhshes63ry6x6vh7e