Inge Bretherton

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Early Childhood Education, Developmental Psychology
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Grossmann KE, Bretherton I, Waters E, et al. (2016) Maternal sensitivity: Mary Ainsworth's enduring influence on attachment theory, research, and clinical applications Maternal Sensitivity: Mary Ainsworth's Enduring Influence On Attachment Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications. 1-250
Grossmann KE, Bretherton I, Waters E, et al. (2016) Introduction: Maternal sensitivity: Observational studies honoring Mary Ainsworth's 100th year Maternal Sensitivity: Mary Ainsworth's Enduring Influence On Attachment Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications. 1-5
Bretherton I. (2013) Revisiting Mary Ainsworth's conceptualization and assessments of maternal sensitivity-insensitivity. Attachment & Human Development. 15: 460-84
Grossmann KE, Bretherton I, Waters E, et al. (2013) Maternal sensitivity: observational studies honoring Mary Ainsworth's 100(th) year. Attachment & Human Development. 15: 443-7
Bretherton I, Gullón-Rivera ÁL, Page TF, et al. (2013) Children's attachment-related self-worth: a multi-method investigation of postdivorce preschoolers' relationships with their mothers and peers. Attachment & Human Development. 15: 25-49
Bretherton I. (2010) Parental incarceration: the challenges for attachment researchers. Attachment & Human Development. 12: 417-28
Bretherton I. (2010) Fathers in attachment theory and research: A review Early Child Development and Care. 180: 9-23
Bretherton I. (2008) Development of an enactive story completion task reflecting children's attachment representations Enfance. 60: 13-21
Bretherton I, Lambert JD, Golby B. (2006) Modeling and reworking childhood experiences: Involved fathers' representations of being parented and of parenting a preschool child Parenting Representations: Theory, Research, and Clinical Implications. 177-207
Bretherton I, Lambert JD, Golby B. (2005) Involved fathers of preschool children as seen by themselves and their wives: accounts of attachment, socialization, and companionship. Attachment & Human Development. 7: 229-51
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