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Cortina, M. Marrone, M. (2004). Reclaiming Bowlby's Contribution to Psychoanalysis. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 13(3):133-146.

(2004). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 13(3):133-146

Reclaiming Bowlby's Contribution to Psychoanalysis

Mauricio Cortina and Mario Marrone

The paper reviews central concepts and research findings of attachment theory emphasizing its clinical relevance to psychoanalytically informed clinicians. We then turn to a historical analysis in order to understand why Bowlby's work was dismissed within psychoanalytic circles and the reasons why Bowlby's contributions and attachment theory have begun to have a significant impact among clinicians within the last ten years.

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