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Sat 1st July 15.15 - 16.45

Second symposium session: parallel symposia

 

Symposia 8.1 Predicting attachment quality from maternal response to infant affect: Four experimental studies
Prenatal Patterns of Physiological Response to Distressed and Non-Distressed Infant Cues Differentially Predict Attachment Classification

Mothers’ Physiological and Affective Responding to Infant Distress: Unique Antecedents of Avoidant and Resistant Attachment

Attachment quality is related to the synchrony of mother and infant monitoring patterns

Womens’ cognitive and behavioral responses to infant cries during pregnancy are associated with later infant-mother attachment

Symposia 8.2 Integrating research and clinical practice: Providing attachment-based and relationship-building interventions in health services
The Challenges of Implementing Circle of Security in State Child Welfare: Early Lessons from a Randomized Trial

The Use and Implementation of the Circle of Security-Virginia Family Model in Health and Social Services

Video-feedback of infant-parent interaction (VIPI) in families with early interaction problems: A randomized controlled trial

Video-based guidance of parents in child welfare services: Key advantages and strategies for improvement

Symposia 8.3 Body representations and attachment from childhood through adulthood
Body image in adolescents: The impact of personality pathology and culture.

The embodiment of attachment: Attachment classification and the mirror game.

The intergenerational transmission of body representations from mothers to school-aged daughters

Symposia 8.4 Are father-child encounters low in sensitivity?
Fathers’ spontaneous book reading conversations

Father-child attachment in preterm children

Can attachment-focused intervention facilitate sensitivity and attachment security in fatherchild dyads?