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John Bowlby: attachment theory across generations. [DVD]

By: DAVIDSON FILMS.
Contributor(s): Steele, Howard | Bowlby, John.
Series: Giants Series. Publisher: San Luis Obispo, CA: Davidson Films, 2007Description: 1 video disc (39 mins.); sd., col.Subject(s): ATTACHMENT THEORY IAK XAT | VIDEODISC 2QT | LIFE SPAN : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ILYOther classification: IAK XAT 2QT Online resources: Click here to view more details on content of DVD and short clip from film Summary: This film focuses on the impact attachment relationships have on adult behavior and the transmission of attachment patterns to the next generation. The film was shot both in London, where John Bowlby spent his working life, and in New York City. It includes archival film of Dr Bowlby speaking and newly shot sequences of his children and colleagues speaking about his legacy. Compelling sequences from New York City adult psychotherapy sessions and from a 20-year longitudinal study of the emotional development of a British boy document the scope of attachment theory and its applications to clinical practice and to the lives of us all. [From the Davidson Films website]
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Link to Davidson Films website giving more details of content and sample (4 minute) clip from film www.davidsonfilmsstore.com [accessed July 2009]

This film focuses on the impact attachment relationships have on adult behavior and the transmission of attachment patterns to the next generation. The film was shot both in London, where John Bowlby spent his working life, and in New York City. It includes archival film of Dr Bowlby speaking and newly shot sequences of his children and colleagues speaking about his legacy. Compelling sequences from New York City adult psychotherapy sessions and from a 20-year longitudinal study of the emotional development of a British boy document the scope of attachment theory and its applications to clinical practice and to the lives of us all. [From the Davidson Films website]

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