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Thu 29th June 15.15 - 16.45

Second symposium session: parallel symposia

 

Symposia 2.1 The affective quality of teacher-students interaction: Its role in students’ development and
underling processes
Classroom Climate in Israeli kindergartens: Relations to children socio-emotional development

Teacher-student interaction and students’ interest in literacy and math

Teachers' attachment style and narratives regarding their classroom: Associations with the quality of teacher-students interactions

Symposia 2.2 A Modelling informed Developmental Approach to capture Attachment Phenomena

Symposia 2.3 Using attachment-related measures to explore family functioning in ‘non-traditional’ families
Relationships between fathers’ reflective functioning and father-infant interaction quality in IVF families

Social-emotional development of Chilean adopted children aged 4 to 9

Children’s attachment classifications in gay father families

Children’s security of attachment and feelings about their donor in solo mother families

Symposia 2.4 Disorganisation and Regulation: Bowlby, Biology, and the Emotional Beyond
Between biology and psychoanalysis: John Bowlby’s unpublished reflections on attachment disorganisation

Infant Disorganization in relation to Maternal Sensitive Caregiving, Fear, and Infant Neuroanatomy

Disorganization and emotional regulation in pre-school children

The Language of Disorganization: Experiential Connectedness Mediates the Relationship Between Disorganized Attachment and Borderline Symptoms in Inpatient Adolescents

Symposia 2.5 Tuning in: Measuring, understanding, and fine tuning communication in attachment relationships
Therapist’s attachment states of mind predict the quality of therapist’s attunement to their patients in-session: Introducing the Therapist Attunement Scales (TASC)

The anorectic girl and her father: the interpersonal and intrapsychic meaning to the girl

Understanding and helping the needs of mothers with borderline personality disorder and their infants, using an attachment framework

The role of the container-contained relationship between mother and baby in the prediction of infant attachment security and intergenerational transmission of attachment