She spoke on clinical psychology at The Johns Hopkins University.
Infants begin with instinctive strategies such as smiling and reaching, and through behavioral learning develop an increasing array of ways to gain protection from danger from their caregivers.
Both Main and Crittenden realized that the criteria Ainsworth was using did not allow for the attachment classification of a significant number of children.
Infants classified as anxious-avoidant A represented a puzzle in the early 1970s.
In the United States, about seventy percent of middle-class babies present secure attachment in this study.
Vol20No03Man01 Key words: Transitional care, transitions, older adults, multiple chronic conditions, family caregivers, care experience, health outcomes, hospitalizations, resource use, care management, evidence-based practice Findings from multiple studies reinforce the poorly managed healthcare needs of older adults.
Naylor has partnered with leaders of health systems, payers, and other stakeholders.
Congress on policies designed to offer a more promising future for Medicare beneficiaries.