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Fri 30th June 16.45- 18.15

Third symposium session: parallel symposia

 

Symposia 6.1 Psychophysiology of Mothers and Infants: Novel Perspectives on Maternal Sensitivity
Bias in Perception of Infant Emotionality Predicts Attenuated Brain Response to Own Baby

Maternal Sensitivity and Depression as Predictors of Infant’s Salivary Alpha Amylase Levels in Response to a Stressor Task

Maternal Sensitivity and Trajectories of Infant Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia across the Still Face Paradigm

Symposia 6.2 Attachment in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: The Importance of Psychological Presence to the Development of Emotional Regulation
Repetitive thinking about the mother during distress moderates the link between children’s attentional breadth around the mother and depressive symptoms in middle childhood

Attachment Figures and Attachment Security in a Middle Childhood Romanian Sample: Does Maternal Migration Matter?

Convergence in Parent-Child Reports of Adolescent Psychopathology: Associations with Disorganized Attachment and Reflective Functioning

Childhood Sexual Abuse and Attachment Insecurity: Independent and Interactive Associations with Children’s Psychopathology

Symposia 6.3 Enabling parents to mentalize and hold their children in mind: Innovative clinical applications informed by attachment theory and Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) with parents and families
Illuminating the ‘child-in-mind’. Mentalization-based treatment for parents (MBT-P) in families where severe child abuse has taken place

Addressing Shame and Violence in an Abusive Father Reflective Parenting: translating MBT into a practical guide for parents

Enabling parents to mentalize and hold their children in mind: Innovative clinical applications informed by attachment theory and Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) with parents and families

Symposia 6.4 The Earliest Origins: Attachment and Caregiving Representations During Pregnancy and Their Implications for the Mother-Infant Relationship
Prenatal State of Mind Regarding Attachment and the Subsequent Child-Parent Relationship: An Integrative Review

Stability of Attachment Representations Across the Transition to Motherhood

The development of maternal-fetal-bonding over the course of pregnancy and its association with maternal romantic attachment

Prenatal screening of postnatal non-optimal caregiving behaviour

Symposia 6.5 Including fathers in attachment research: a value-added approach
A plea for a family systems approach to attachment research and parenting interventions Fathers in the picture: the role of vasopressin

Predicting Reflective Functioning in the 17th Year of Life: Maternal, Paternal and Couple Influences

Secure attachment toward the father as a protective factor in the development of borderline personality disorder in adolescence