Separation Anxiety and Anger

ISBN-10: 0465097162

ISBN-13: 9780465097166

Edition: 1973

Authors: John Bowlby

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List price: $27.00
Copyright year: 1973
Publisher: Basic Books
Publication date: 12/21/1976
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Security, Anxiety, and Distress
Prototypes of Human Sorrow
Responses of young children to separation from mother
Conditions leading to intense responses
Conditions mitigating the intensity of responses
Presence or absence of mother figure: a key variable
The Place of Separation and Loss in Psychopathology
Problem and perspective
Separation anxiety and other forms of anxiety
A challenge for theory
Behaviour with and without Mother: Humans
Naturalistic observations
Experimental Studies
Ontogeny of responses to separation
Behaviour with and without Mother: Non-human Primates
Naturalistic observations
Early experimental studies
Further studies by Hinde and Spencer-Booth
An Ethological Approach to Human Fear
Basic Postulates in Theories of Anxiety and Fear
Anxiety allied to fear
Models of motivation and their effects on theory
Puzzling phobia or natural fear
Forms of Behaviour Indicative of Fear
An empirical approach
Withdrawal behaviour and attachment behaviour
Feeling afraid and its variants: feeling alarmed and feeling anxious
Situations that Arouse Fear in Humans
A difficult field of study
Fear-arousing situations: the first year
Fear-arousing situations: the second and later years
Compound situations
Fear behaviour and the development of attachment
Situations that Arouse Fear in Animals
Natural clues to potential danger
Fear behaviour of non-human primates
Compound situations
Fear, attack, and exploration
Natural Clues to Danger and Safety
Better safe than sorry
Potential danger of being alone
Potential safety of familiar companions and environment
Maintaining a stable relationship with the familiar environment: a form of homeostasis
Natural Clues, Cultural Clues, and the Assessment of Danger
Clues of three kinds
Real danger: difficulties of assessment
'Imaginary' dangers
Cultural clues learnt from others
Continuing role of the natural clues
Behaviour in disaster
Rationalization, Misattribution, and Projection
Difficulties in identifying situations that arouse fear
Misattribution and the role of projection
The case of Schreber: a re-examination
Fear of Separation
Hypotheses regarding its development
Need for two terminologies
Individual Differences in Susceptibility to Fear: Anxious Attachment
Some Variables responsible for Individual Differences
Constitutional variables
Experiences and processes that reduce susceptibility to fear
Experiences and processes that increase susceptibility to fear
Susceptibility to Fear and the Availability of Attachment Figures
Forecasting the availability of an attachment figure
Working models of attachment figures and of self
The role of experience in determining working models
A note on use of the terms 'mature' and 'immature'
Anxious Attachment and Some Conditions that Promote it
'Overdependency' or anxious attachment
Anxious attachment of children reared without a permanent mother figure
Anxious attachment after a period of separation or of daily substitute care
Anxious attachment following threats of abandonment or suicide
'Overdependency' and the Theory of Spoiling
Some contrasting theories
Studies of 'overdependency' and its antecedents
Anger, Anxiety, and Attachment
Anger: a response to separation
Anger: functional and dysfunctional
Anger, ambivalence, and anxiety
Anxious Attachment and the 'Phobias' of Childhood
Phobia, pseudophobia, and anxiety state
'School phobia' or school refusal
Two classical cases of childhood phobia: a reappraisal
Animal phobias in childhood
Anxious Attachment and 'Agoraphobia'
Symptomatology and theories of 'agoraphobia'
Pathogenic patterns of family interaction
'Agoraphobia', bereavement, and depression
A note on response to treatment
Omission, Suppression, and Falsification of Family Context
Secure Attachment and the Growth of Self-reliance
Personality development and family experience
Studies of adolescents and young adults
Studies of young children
Self-reliance and reliance on others
Pathways for the Growth of Personality
The nature of individual variation: alternative models
Developmental pathways and homeorhesis
One person's pathway: some determinants
Separation Anxiety: Review of Literature
Psychoanalysis and Evolution Theory
Problems of Terminology
Additional Notes
Additional References
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