By David J. Wallin PhD
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Reprinted by permission. 1, I have found that such queries may be enormously helpful in the clinical setting, especially early in treatment. Recently, for example, I met with a new patient whose escalating conflicts with his wife had become a threat to their marriage. After he described his early relationship with mother and father in the most glowing terms, I asked what he would usually do as a child when he was scared or upset. Initially unable to recall ever having felt either, the patient had a disturbing realization as he touched on the recent night terrors of his fouryear-old daughter.
Selective inattention to potential cues eliciting attachment or reminding of relationship seems to be a rule preserved by both partners. . , 1985, p. , 1985, p. 77, emphasis added). Building on Bowlby’s original conception, Main reconceived the internal working model as a set of conscious and/or unconscious rules for the organization of information relevant to attachment. . [T]he secure versus the various types of insecure attachment organizations can best be understood as terms referring to particular types of internal working models .
The majority of the Baltimore babies—who turned out to be those judged “secure” on the basis of a year’s worth of observations in the home—did indeed respond as they were predicted to, demonstrating a flexible capacity both to explore freely and to be consoled by connection. What Ainsworth failed to anticipate, and initially could not understand, was the substantial minority of infants who seemed to have sacrificed connection altogether in favor of exploration. ” In contrast, a smaller minority of infants appeared to have given up exploration completely in favor of connection.