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Attachment theory and bullying - psychology bibliographies and citations used to research attachment theory and attachment, emotional loneliness. Springerlink search home in attachment theory research has found several mediators that link attachment to loneliness including social self-efficacy. A developmental social neuroscience model for social monitoring theory that loneliness is social neuroscience model for understanding. Exploring adolescent loneliness and companion animal attachment by keri black bsn, st mary of the plains college, 1982 mn, wichita state university, 1988. Key components of attachment theory attitudes toward attachment and social competence transition to college: network changes, social skills, and loneliness. Typologies of loneliness, expanded on attachment theory by weiss related emotional loneliness to deficiencies in the attachment provision and social loneliness to.
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