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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 ...
Maternal Accounts of the Costs and Benefits of Life Experiences After Parental Separation
(Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa, 2000)
Recent analyses both question the assumption that parental separation only has negative effects on families and suggest that attention should be paid to the diversity of experiences post divorce. The latter may be ...
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 ...
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; ...