NYAC Media Projects
The New York Attachment Consortium is currently
in the process of archiving information about the early pioneers
of attachment theory. We believe it will benefit current researchers
and future students to have as much information available regarding
the origins of the theory and how it developed in the formative
We are interested in archiving other pertinent events
in the early development of attachment theory so that this information
is not lost. If anyone reading this has or knows of any other material
relating to the early pioneers that they might be willing to share
for these purposes, please contact the New York Attachment Consortium.
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John Bowlby and Attachment
An Interview With Richard Bowlby
We were fortunate to have the chance for Everett Waters to sit
down with Sir Richard Bowlby, the son of the originator of attachment
theory, to discuss details of the development of the theory. In
a fascinating, wide-ranging interview, he provides insight into
the early workings of his fatherís mind, the influences that were
instrumental to shaping the theory, as well as his very important
collaborations with Mary Ainsworth and other important figures.
Most suitable for students with some understanding of attachment
theory, graduate students, and scholars interested in the history
of attachment study.
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