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Fri 30th June 16.45- 18.15

Poster Session 6

 

Poster Number

 

Poster Title

 

Presenting Author

P-84Attachment in a Cross-Cultural Perspective: The Case of Arab Infants and Mothers in IsraelDr. Ghadir Zreik
P-87The Scent of Security: Effects of Romantic Partner Odor and Adult Attachment Security on Subjective Discomfort and Electrodermal Responses to StressProfessor Pehr Granqvist
P-90Infant self-regulation and mother-infant attachment in Portuguese healthy preterm and full-term infantsProfessor Marina Fuertes
P-93The Relationship Between Insecure Attachment And Anorexia Nervosa In WomenMiss Brandee Silverman
P-96Pre-teen Attachment Security is related to More Positive Parental Expectations for AdolescenceMs Negina Khalil
P-99Is parental attachment security contextual? Taiwanese parent-child attachment patterns across sporting, schooling, and global domainsMiss Ya-Hsin Lai

Dr. Sam Carr

P-102Effects of Video-Feedback Intervention on Maternal IntrusivenessProf. Dr. Nebi Sümer
P-105Mental health and wellbeing in adolescence: Research protocol and preliminary resultsMr. Alessandro Decarli
P-108Insecure attachment as a factor of vulnerability of hoarding behavioursMrs Marie Danet
P-111How do residential care social climate and relationship with caregiver associate with adolescent’s well-being?Miss Mónica Costa
P-114Looking at faces: Infants` Quality of Attachment predicts their Visual Responses towards different Facial ExpressionsProfessor Marina Fuertes
P-117Maternal perinatal or current depressive symptoms and parenting behaviour in middle childhood.Dipl.-Psych. Vera Zalan
P-120Effects of an attachment-based intervention on maternal discipline in a maltreatment risk sample: A pilot studyMs Sarah Nazzari
P-123Theory to practice: An exploration of the current application of attachment concepts and methods in UK health and social care practice with children and families.Mrs Sarah Foster

Dr Helen Beckwith

P-126Can Unresolved attachment status after losing a loved one be predicted from early adversity and mentalization?Ms Christina Deller
P-129Effect of Video-Feedback Intervention for Positive Parenting on Marital FunctioningProf. Nebi Sümer
P-132Adaptation and Evaluation of Video-Feedback Intervention for Sensitive Care in Childcare Centers in UruguayMrs Jenny Ortiz
P-135Attachment to adoptive parents, image of self and parents of the adopted childrenMrs Natalia Sabelnikova
P-138Parenting styles and well-being: The mediating role of basic psychological needs satisfaction and frustration in Peruvian adolescentsProfessor Lennia Matos
P-141Effectiveness of Video Intervention Therapy with mothers of children with ASD in MexicoMs Tania Alejandra Herrera Velasco
P-144DMM assessment of attachment in school-age children with HFA: from a categorical approach to a functional formulationMr Michele Giannotti
P-150Parent-adolescent attachment and peer victimization at school: Do adolescent’s aggressive or non-aggressive social behaviours make a difference?Maryse Guedes
P-153Associations between preschoolers’ attachment representations and self-concept during late childhoodLeandra Coelho
P-159Faith in the Wake of Disaster: A Qualitative Study of How Disasters Affect Adults’ Religious Attachment RepresentationsDr. Edward B. Davis
P-162The Religious Attachment InterviewFrances Nkara M.S
P-164A Case Study Exploring Changes in Human and Religious Attachment Representations Over the Course of Existential- Dynamic PsychotherapyKari Halstensen