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Sat 1st July 13.45 – 15.15

Poster Session 7


Poster Number


Poster Title


Presenting Author

P-165Mother-child emotional communication in early adolescence: The challenge of pubertyMrs Revital Tamari
P-167Japan-U.S. comparison of maternal wishes for their child’s future: Examining wishes discussed during the Adult Attachment InterviewProfessor Kazuko Behrens
P-171Markers of Domestic Violence Exposure in Parent-Child Interactions. Is the “Double Whammy Effect” real?Ms Adella Nikitiades
P-173Does Attachment Predict Psychotherapists’ Mentalization with Real Patients?Mr João Francisco Barreto
P-177Attachment on a spectrum? Exploring the dimensions of attachment in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum DisorderMs Teagan Chambers
P-181Past Pair Bonds as Attachments: Development of a New Attachment Interview to Investigate Former PartnershipsUlrike Lux
P-183Prenatal reflective functioning related to childhood attachment and one’s own parenting: Inter-relations and effects on mother-infant interaction among drug-abusing mothersPhD Marjo Flykt
P-185Attachment avoidance paradox? Attachment-related avoidance as possible protection factor against depression symptomsMs Petra Daňsová
P-187A history of attachment research in the Czech Republic: A new era beginsMrs Lenka Lacinová
P-189Undetected Scars?

Personality, Attachment, and Romantic Relationships among Well- Functioning Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors

Dr Dana Lassri
P-191Attachment-based Prevention Program SAFE®. Results of an RCT-studyMs Swinde Landers
P-193SAFE in New Zealand: Experiences during the SAFE Program and a Special Adaptation for Teenage Mothers.Mrs Augustina Driessen
P-195Validity of Clinical Observations in High-Risk Preschool Settings: Concordance with Parent Reports, Teacher Reports and Delay of Gratification: Identifying Children in Need of Attachment-Informed TherapyProfessor Miriam Steele
P-197Attachment to Mother as a Factor of Adolescents’ Separation from Parents: Cross-Cultural StudyMrs Tatiana Sadovnikova
P-199Pregnant women’s attachment to their unborn baby: Are pregnant women likely to be attached to their unborn baby when they are more threatened?Ms Kristína Kicková
P-201Developmental Outcomes of Disorganized Attachment: A Machine Learning ApproachDr Sophie Reijman
P-203Parent-Child Attachment Moderates the Prospective Link Between Observed Parental Overcontrol in Pre-adolescence and Anxiety Symptoms in Emerging AdulthoodMs. Kelly Miller
P-205Effects of Attachment to Parents and Peers

And Achievement Motivation on Academic Performance

Miss Maria T Frias
P-207Task-related Expressions of Pride and Shame: Links to AttachmentProfessor Margareth Lafontant
P-209Attachment and Emotion Regulation in Children with Somatic Symptoms Disorder: An Italian StudyMrs Fabiola Bizzi
P-211Developmental investigation of attachment representation and maternal sensitivity in mothers of 1 to 5 years old childrenMiss Shayesteh Shokoufefard
P-212Evaluating oneself as a sensitive and protective parent suggests a better psychosocial functioning of the childMrs Yaara Fine
P-214TTAS-60: Turkish Adaptation of a Toddler Attachment SortProfessor Nebi Sumer
P-216Caregiving Behavior Profiles among Turkish MothersMrs Selin Salman Engin
P-218Parental caregiving: Gender differences between married and divorced custodial mothers and fathersProfessor Ricky


Mrs Chen Finzi

P-220The relation between caregiving disorganization and child interactive behaviours: The mediating role of maternal sensitive responsivenessMiss Carolina Toscano
P-222Infant Massage in Preterms During NICU StayMs Anastasia Fernández
P-224Mode of Father Participation in Birth Experience in Promoting Fathering BehavioursDaniela Tuma
P-226Biodemographic Features of an Early Contact ProgramMs Anastasia Fernández
P-228Is it Possible to Respect the Maternal Desire at Birth?Daniela Tuma