Grossmann, K. and Grossmann, K. (2021) ‘Exploring attachment: the love you received is the love you can give’, Psychology Review, 26 (3), pp.2-5.
Karin Grossmann and Klaus Grossmann consider the results of their longitudinal study on attachment development. Look out for details of the additional presentation to help your understanding of attachment in the article.
Curtiss, S. (2020) ‘Exploring the critical period hypothesis: the case of Genie’, Psychology Review, 25 (4), pp.8-11.
Susan Curtiss was one of the researches involved with Genie. She describes what the case has taught us about language and the nature of the mind.
Flanagan, C. (2019) ‘Just enough essential parts: Bowlby’s theories’, Psychology Review, 24 (3), p.15.
In this issue, we give you ‘just enough essential parts’ to compare two key theories by John Bowlby.
McGuire-Snieckus, R. and Curtis, A. (2019) ‘Representing the self in online relationships’, Psychology Review, 24 (4), pp.2-5.
Rebecca McGuire-Snieckus investigates self-disclosure in virtual relationships.
Rose, J. (2019) ‘Attachment theory in the classroom’, Psychology Review, 24 (4), pp.24-27.
Janet Rose considers the significance of attachment figures outside of the family environment.
Oostenbroek, J. (2017) ‘Caregiver-infant interactions in humans’, Psychology Review, 22 (4), pp.18-21.
Janine Oostenbroek has found that newborns don’t imitate. So how do they and their caregivers interact?