02731nam 2200661 a 450 991048018760332120170814172857.00-8039-7223-71-322-41869-11-4522-6454-6(CKB)2550000000105454(EBL)996898(OCoLC)821725056(SSID)ssj0000675386(PQKBManifestationID)12260206(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000675386(PQKBWorkID)10669419(PQKB)10075374(MiAaPQ)EBC996898(OCoLC)1017726052(StDuBDS)EDZ0000062150(EXLCZ)99255000000010545420120307d1996 fy| 0engur|n|---|||||txtccrAdult attachment[electronic resource] /Judith Feeney and Patricia NollerThousand Oaks, Calif. ;London SAGEc19961 online resource (191 p.)SAGE series on close relationshipsDescription based upon print version of record.1-4522-4327-1 0-8039-7224-5 Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-162) and indexes.Cover; Contents; Series Editors' Introduction; Preface; Chapter 1 - Attachments in Infancy and Beyond; Chapter 2 - Early Empirical Studies of Adult Attachment; Chapter 3 - Conceptualizing and Measuring Adult Attachment; Chapter 4 - Refining the Theory: Functions and Elicitors of Adult Attachment; Chapter 5 - Attachment Style, Working Models, and Communication; Chapter 6 - Adult Attachment: Broadening the Picture; Chapter 7 - Applications and Future Directions; References; Author Index; Subject Index; About the AuthorsThis book draws together the diverse strands of attachment theory into a coherent contemporary account. It examines the links between attachment and other central life tasks such as work, and the issues of conceptualisation and measurement.Sage series on close relationships.Attachment behaviorAttachment behavior in childrenInterpersonal relationsIntimacy (Psychology)Electronic books.Attachment behavior.Attachment behavior in children.Interpersonal relations.Intimacy (Psychology)155.6302.34Feeney Judith258384Noller Patricia258383StDuBDSStDuBDSBOOK9910480187603321Adult attachment1428532UNINA