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Bowlby, J. (1973). Attachment and Loss: Volume II: Separation, Anxiety and Anger. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 95:1-429. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

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(1973). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 95:1-429. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

Attachment and Loss: Volume II: Separation, Anxiety and Anger

John Bowlby

Contents

  Preface xi
  Acknowledgments xvii
  PART I: SECURITY, ANXIETY, AND DISTRESS
1 Prototypes of Human Sorrow 3
  Responses of young children to separation from mother 3
  Conditions leading to intense responses 6
  Conditions mitigating the intensity of responses 16
  Presence or absence of mother figure: a key variable 22
2 The Place of Separation and Loss in Psychopathology 25
  Problem and perspective 25
  Separation anxiety and other forms of anxiety 30
  A challenge for theory 30
3 Behaviour with and without Mother: Humans 33
  Naturalistic observations 33
  Experimental Studies 39
  Ontogeny of responses to separation 52
4 Behaviour with and without Mother: Non-human Primates 57
  Naturalistic observations 57
  Early experimental studies 60
  Further studies by Hinde and Spencer-Booth 69
  PART II: AN ETHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO HUMAN FEAR
5 Basic Postulates in Theories of Anxiety and Fear 77
  Anxiety allied to fear 77
  Models of motivation and their effects on theory 79
  Puzzling phobia or natural fear 83
6 Forms of Behaviour Indicative of Fear 87
  An empirical approach 87
  Withdrawal behaviour and attachment behaviour 89
  Feeling afraid and its variants: feeling alarmed and feeling anxious 92
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