By Claus Czeslik

ISBN-10: 3835100475

ISBN-13: 9783835100473

Das Basiswissen der Physikalischen Chemie wird in klarer und kompakter Weise dargestellt. Angesichts des Umfangs traditioneller Lehrbücher der Physikalischen Chemie soll der hier dargebotene Stoff das Lernen für Prüfungen und Klausuren erleichtern. Ziel des Buches ist es, für die fortgeschrittene und spezielle Ausbildung in diesem Fach ein tragfähiges - mathematisch fundiertes - Fundament zu legen. Neben der makroskopischen, phänomenologischen Beschreibungsweise kommt der molekularen theoretischen Deutung der Begriffe und Gesetzmäßigkeiten eine zentrale Rolle zu. Wichtige Aspekte der quantenmechanischen Darstellung molekularer Eigenschaften werden ebenfalls besprochen.

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The intergenerational transmission of attachment The introduction of the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) protocol (George, Kaplan and Main 1984, 1985, 1996) in the mid-1980s (described in Chapter 8) allowed the assessment of ‘state of mind with respect to attachment’ in young adulthood and beyond. The AAI coding system is based on the coherence of the account of the adult’s experiences with their parents, rather than on the nature of the experiences or the content of the account. Painful childhood experiences with regard to attachment may have become resolved, insecurity in childhood becoming ‘earned security’ in adulthood.

Consequently, models and their associated patterns of interaction may persist largely uncorrected and unchanged, even in later interaction with people who may be very different in their interaction. Another term for stability of attachment pattern is continuity. 38) with an increase or a decrease in sensitive responsiveness, or to a change in caregiver. Discontinuity in attachment may also be due to significant intervening trauma (Main et al. 2005). ) BELSKY et al. Belsky et al. (1996) report that when the stability rates of A, B and C classifications from five studies of non-risk American families were weighted by sample size, a stability rate of 75 per cent was found for 205 infant–mother dyads.

2001). The infant’s security of attachment was measured at 12 months using the strange situation procedure. The author found that two categories of the mind-mindedness measure, namely ‘maternal responsiveness to change in infant’s direction of gaze’, and ‘appropriate mind-related comments’, correlated most strongly with the Ainsworth assessment of maternal sensitivity. 7 per cent variance in determining secure attachment at 12 months, beyond the Ainsworth measure of maternal sensitivity. Despite low numbers of insecure infants, it was possible to distinguish that mothers of insecure infants made fewer appropriate mind-related comments than mothers of secure infants, the lowest number of comments being made by mothers of avoidant infants.

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