|Symposia 7.1 Infant attachment security correlates, continuity and outcomes, and the influence of stress on care-giving sensitivity: New meta-analytic evidence|
|Infant attachment security as a developmental indicator of psychosocial adjustment in childhood: A prognostic systematic review and meta-analysis
Early Childhood Attachment Stability: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Couple relationship quality and offspring attachment security: A systematic review and metaanalysis
Ecological stress and maternal sensitivity: a meta-analytic review of stress associations with the Maternal Behaviour Q-Sort in infant observational studies
|Symposia 7.2 Insights from Meta-analytic and Intervention Studies of the Association between Attachment and Depression across Development|
|The Link between Adult Attachment Security and Depression: A Meta-Analysis Stability and Change in the AAI in a Comparative Efficacy Trial for Depressed and Suicidal Adolescents
Maternal Depression and Maternal Sensitivity during Infancy: Results of a Meta-Analysis
Insights from Meta-analytic and Intervention Studies of the Association between Attachment and Depression across Development
|Symposia 7.3 Children’s safety & the Courts: The uncomfortable intersection of developmental science and judicial decision-making for children and families at highest risk|
|Beyond the best interests of the child
Safety and permanency planning for children and families coping with abuse and neglect: The struggle to apply attachment theory and research to inform lifetime-impacting decisions.
Attachment theory in the service of the court system: Contributions and risks
|Symposia 7.4 Who benefits from psychoanalytic Parent-Infant Psychotherapy and in what way? Primary and Secondary findings from a randomized controlled trial of Parent-Infant Psychotherapy for parents with mental health problems and their infants|
|Randomized controlled trial of parent-infant psychotherapy for parents with mental health problems and their young infants: Findings from the main trial
“What support would you find helpful?’ The influence of treatment expectations on engagement and outcomes in parent-infant psychotherapy (PIP)
Who should be targeted? Secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial that evaluates the effectiveness of parent-infant psychotherapy (PIP) for mothers with mental health problems and their infants.
|Symposia 7.5 Historical perspectives on Attachment Theory|
|Relevance of Bowlby's WHO report in the development of attachment theory "Bowlby's own trauma history and creativity"
From Secure Dependency to Attachment: Mary Ainsworth’s integration of Blatz’s Security Theory into Bowlby’s Attachment Theory