By Klaus E. Grossmann PhD, Karin Grossmann PhD, Everett Waters PhD
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These support our assumption that story completions reflect the child’s attachment working models. Some of these studies devised new or more elaborate coding systems and/or classification procedures. Solomon, George, and DeJong (1995) adapted the attachment stories for use with 6-year-old children, but published findings only for 26 ATTACHMENT FROM INFANCY TO ADULTHOOD the separation–reunion story. They identified four patterns of responding (confident-secure, casual-avoidant, busy-ambivalent, and frighteneddisorganized) that overlapped significantly with secure, avoidant, resistant, and controlling classifications during an actual separation–reunion with the mother at age 6, using the classification system by Main and Cassidy (1988).
Another important influence was Robert (Bob) Emde, who invited me to join the Denver Psychobiology Research Group that held bimonthly meetings to discuss and critique members’ research. During the Infant Conference in Austin, Texas, in 1980, Bob and I noticed several exciting new trends in attachment research (the Adult Attachment Interview, or AAI; international attachment studies in Germany, Israel, and Japan; the Waters Q-set for assessing secure base behavior; and longitudinal studies with atypical children).
Our collaborative work on the transition from gestural to verbal communication led to my growing interest in young children’s understanding of intersubjectivity (Bretherton, 1988; Bretherton & Bates, 1979) and their developing ability to talk about mental states (Bretherton & Beeghly, 1982; Bretherton, McNew, & Beeghly-Smith, 1981; Dunn, Bretherton, & Munn, 1987). Influenced by these findings and emerging research on event schemas and storytelling, I began to interpret symbolic play as evidence for children’s early developing ability to mentally represent and manipulate social situations and relationships and to engage in rudimentary hypothetical thinking (Bretherton, 1984).
Attachment from Infancy to Adulthood: The Major Longitudinal Studies by Klaus E. Grossmann PhD, Karin Grossmann PhD, Everett Waters PhD