Mario Mikulincer, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Provost of the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya in Israel. His research interests include attachment styles in adulthood, terror management theory, personality processes in interpersonal relationships, evolutionary psychology, human learned helplessness and depression, trauma and posttraumatic processes, coping with stress, qualitative research of emotional states, and mental rumination and self-focused attention. Dr. Mikulincer is a Fellow of the American Psychological Society and the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. He is a recipient of Israel's EMET Prize for Art, Science, and Culture.
Phillip R. Shaver, PhD, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of California, Davis. He has published several books, including Handbook of Attachment, Third Edition, and over 200 journal articles and book chapters. Dr. Shaver's research focuses on attachment, human motivation and emotion, close relationships, personality development, and the effects of meditation on behavior and brain. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science and is past president of the International Association for Relationship Research, which honored him with its Distinguished Career Award.
I. The Attachment Behavioral System: Normative Processes and Individual Differences 1. The Attachment Behavioral System: Basic Concepts and Principles 2. A Model of Attachment-System Functioning and Dynamics in Adulthood 3. Normative Attachment Processes 4. Measurement of Attachment-Related Constructs in Adulthood 5. Individual Differences in Attachment-System Functioning: Development, Stability, and Change II. Intrapersonal Aspects of Attachment-System Functioning 6. Attachment-Related Mental Representations of Self and Others 7. Attachment Processes and Emotion Regulation 8. Attachment Orientations, Behavioral Self-Regulation, and Personal Growth III. Interpersonal Manifestations of Attachment-System Functioning 9. An Attachment Perspective on Interpersonal Regulation 10. Attachment Processes and Couple Functioning 11. Relations between the Attachment and Caregiving Systems 12. Attachment and Sex IV. Clinical and Organizational Applications of Attachment Theory 13. Attachment Bases of Psychopathology 14. Implications of Attachment Theory and Research for Counseling and Psychotherapy 15. Applications of Attachment Theory and Research in Group and Organizational Settings V. Epilogue 16. Reflections on Attachment Security Appendices Appendix A. Adult Attachment Questionnaire (AAQ) Appendix B. Adult Attachment Scale (AAS) Appendix C. Attachment Style Questionnaire (ASQ) Appendix D. Relationship Style Questionnaire (RSQ) Appendix E. Experience in Close Relationships Scale (ECR) Appendix F. ECR-R Items Appendix G. Experience in Close Relationships Scale (ECR)—Short Version Appendix H. ECR-12: A Brief Version of the Experiences in Close Relationships Scale (ECR) Appendix I. State Adult Attachment Measure (SAAM) Appendix J. Experiences in Close Relationships—Relationships Structure Measure (ECR-RS) Appendix K. Caregiving Systems Scale (CSS) Appendix L. Caregiving Questionnaire Appendix M. Sexual System Functioning Scale (SSFS) References Index