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lnfant Mother Attachment in Separated and Married Families
(Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 1997)
Considers two contrasting predictions about the effects of parental marital separation on infants' attachment to their mothers. Behavioral resistance of infants to stressors; Behavior of infants to anxious attachments; ...
Preschool sibling interaction in separated and married families: Are same-sex pairs or older sisters more sociable?
(Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology, 1998)
Two factors have been associated with the quality of sibling relationships: the sex of the children and their family circumstances. Yet the data on each issue are complex. This study examines the sex constellations of ...
Sibling attachment: A review and a new infant-based measure (SPPIR)
(Journal of Early Development and Parenting, 1993)
This paper describes a new infant-based measure for assessing infant attachment to a sibling during a modified strange situation procedure. Research has demonstrated that young siblings often form a special relationship ...