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Thu 29th June 16.45 - 18.15

Third symposium session: parallel symposia


Symposia 3.1 Supporting parents with evidence based interventions: a study on the effectiveness of several attachment based interventions
Enhancing sensitivity in mothers of international adoptees: Are adoption-related risk factors affecting treatment efficacy?

Testing an Attachment Based Intervention Effectiveness With Adoptive Mothers by Assessing the Role of Dopamine and Serotonin Polymorphisms: A Multisite RCT Study

An attachment based intervention program for adolescent mothers and their infants: the role of maternal childhood adversity and attachment

An attachment based program for parents of teens: Parent and youth outcomes and trajectories of change

Symposia 3.2 Reflective functioning and family relationships in clinical context: Studies developed in Chile in infants, children and adolescents
A video-feedback intervention for mother-father-infant triads with infants with socio-emotional problems

An analysis of the Parental Reflective Function, the quality of Triadic Interaction and its influence on Early Childhood Development

Video Feedback Intervention to enhance Parental Reflective Function in Primary Caregivers of Child with Severe Psychiatric Disorders

Regulatory role of reflective functioning during rupture-resolution episodes of an adolescent psychotherapy

Symposia 3.3 Providing developmental support for children placed in alternate care: Challenges and opportunities for foster- and adoptive parents
This is My Baby: Association between commitment in a sample of foster parents and their early placed foster children’s socio-emotional functioning

Foster parents’ use of parenting strategies: Associations with symptoms of attachment disorders in foster children

A Systematic Review of Courses, Training, and Interventions for Adoptive Parents

Group guidance for new foster parents

Symposia 3.4 New Developments in the Prediction, Assessment, and Mapping of Attachment across the Lifespan
Secure Base Provision: A New Approach to Examining Links between Maternal Caregiving and Infant Attachment
Using infant movement and vocalization measures to predict expert ratings of attachment behaviour

Artificial Neural Network Coding of the Child Attachment Interview Using Linguistic Data

Offspring attachment in a three generation cohort: Emerging psycho-social and epigenetic signals

Symposia 3.5 Disorganised attachment and fear: new findings, approaches and theory
Prediction of Behavior Problems in Middle Childhood: The role of mothers’ Frightening/Anomalous behavior over the first two years

The Generation R Study: Developmental Pathways to Disorganized Attachment and Its Variants

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