Mary Ainsworth

Psychology University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
"Mary Ainsworth"
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E. Mark Cummings research assistant Notre Dame
Everett Waters research assistant Johns Hopkins Medical School
Inge Bretherton grad student (Neurotree)
Jude A. Cassidy grad student UVA
Milton Kotelchuck grad student (PHTree)
Mary Main grad student UVA (Neurotree)
Robert Marvin grad student


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Ainsworth MDS, Blehar MC, Waters E, et al. (2015) Patterns of attachment: A psychological study of the strange situation Patterns of Attachment: a Psychological Study of the Strange Situation. 1-417
Ainsworth MD. (1989) Attachments beyond infancy. The American Psychologist. 44: 709-16
Tracy RL, Ainsworth MD. (1981) Maternal affectionate behavior and infant-mother attachment patterns. Child Development. 52: 1341-3
Ainsworth MDS. (1979) Attachment as Related to Mother-Infant Interaction Advances in the Study of Behavior. 9: 1-51
Ainsworth MD, Bell SM. (1977) Infant crying and maternal responsiveness: a rejoinder to Gewirtz and Boyd. Child Development. 48: 1208-16
Stayton DJ, Ainsworth MDS. (1973) Individual differences in infant responses to brief, everyday separations as related to other infant and maternal behaviors Developmental Psychology. 9: 226-235
Stayton DJ, Ainsworth MDS, Main MB. (1973) Development of separation behavior in the first year of life: protest, following, and greeting Developmental Psychology. 9: 213-225
Bell SM, Ainsworth MD. (1972) Infant crying and maternal responsiveness. Child Development. 43: 1171-90
Stayton DJ, Hogan R, Ainsworth MD. (1971) Infant obedience and maternal behavior: the origins of socialization reconsidered. Child Development. 42: 1057-69
Ainsworth MD, Bell SM. (1970) Attachment, exploration, and separation: illustrated by the behavior of one-year-olds in a strange situation. Child Development. 41: 49-67
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