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Publications by Karin and Klaus Grossmann and coworkers in Spanish/Portugese/Italian/French.

Grossmann, K.E. (2014). Identity development in attachment relationships (Sviluppo dell’identità nelle relazioni di attaccamento). Attaccamento e Sistemi Complessi (Attachment and Complex Systems), 1, numero 1, 25-44.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K., & Waters, E. (Eds.) (2008). Apego. Da infancia a idade adulta. Os principais estudos longitudinais. Sao Paulo: Roca.

Jongenelen, I., Soares, I., Grossmann, Karin, & Martins, C. (2006). Vinculação em mães adolescentes e seus bebés. . Psicologia, 20, Edições  Colibri, Lisboa, pp. 11-36.

Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E., Spangler, G., Suess, G. & Unzner, L. (1985)/(2004). La sensibilidad materna y las respuestas de orientación de los infantes en relación con la calidad del apego en el norte de Alemania. In: Maria C. Juárez Hernández (Traductora y compiladora). Influencia cultural en el vínculo madre-infante. Colección textos numero 41, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Mexico.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1998). Développment de láttachement et adaptation psychologique du berceau au tombeau. (The development of attachment and psychological adaptation from the cradle to the grave.) Enfance, 3, 44-68.

Zimmermann, P. & Grossmann, K.E. (1994). Attaccamento, emozioni e comportamento aggressivo. In: G. Attili (Ed.) Attaccamento e disattaccamento, Età Evolutiva, 47, pp 92-98.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1993). Legame d'attacamento infantile e sviluppo delle dinamiche psichiche individuali nel corso della vita. Rom: Terapia familiare. Rivista interdisciplinare di ricerca ed intervento relazionale, 41, 5-18.



Publications in English by Karin and Klaus Grossmann and coworkers

(Klaus or Karin Grossmann as single authors, see under Klaus or Karin Grossmann)

2014

Grossmann, K.E. (2014). Identity development in attachment relationships (Sviluppo dell’identità nelle relazioni di attaccamento). Attaccamento e Sistemi Complessi (Attachment and Complex Systems), 1, numero 1, 25-44.

 2013

Grossmann, K.E., Bretherton, I., Waters, E., & Grossmann, K. (Guest Editors, 2013). Maternal sensitivity: Observational studies honoring Mary Ainsworth’s 100th year. Special Issue. Attachment and Human Development, 15, Nos. 5-6.

 Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (2009, 2nd revision). The impact of attachment to mother and father at an early age on children's psychosocial development through young adulthood. Rev. ed. In Tremblay, R.E., Barr, R.G., Peters, R.De.V. (eds) Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development (online). Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development

http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/pages/PDF/GrossmannANGxp_rev.pdf

2008

  Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E., Kindler, H., & Zimmermann, P. (2008). A wider view of attachment and exploration: The influence of mothers and fathers on the development of psychological security from infancy to young adulthood. In J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications. 2nd Ed., Chapter 36 (pp. 857-879). New York: Guilford Press.

2007

  Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (2007). The impact of attachment to mother and father at an early age on children's psychosocial development through young adulthood. Rev. ed. In Tremblay, R.E., Barr, R.G., Peters, R.De.V. (eds) Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development (online). Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development; 2007:1-8. http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/documents/GrossmannANGxp_rev.pdf oder www.CEECD.ca – Encyclopedia – list of topics – attachment – Grossmann

2005

Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (2005). The impact of attachment to mother and father at an early age on children's psychosocial development through young adulthood. In Tremblay, R.E., Barr, R.G., Peters, R.De.V. (eds) Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development (online). Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K., & Waters, E. (Eds.) (2005), Attachment from infancy to adulthood: The major longitudinal studies. New York: Guilford Press.

Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E. & Kindler, H. (2005). Early care and the roots of attachment and partnership representation in the Bielefeld and Regensburg Longitudinal studies. In K.E Grossmann, K. Grossmann, & E. Waters (Eds.), Attachment from infancy to adulthood: The major longitudinal studies (pp.98-136). New York: Guilford Press.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (2005). Universality of human social  attachment as an adaptive process. In: C.S. Carter, L. Ahnert, K.E. Grossmann, S.B. Hrdy, M.E. Lamb, S.W. Porges, and N. Sachser (Eds.). Attachment and bonding: A new synthesis. Dahlem Workshop Report 92 (pp.199-229). Cambridge; MA: The MIT Press.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K. & Keppler, A. (2005). Universal and culturally specific aspects of human behavior: The case of attachment. In: W. Friedlmeier, P. Chakkarath & B. Schwarz (Eds.). Culture and human development: The importance of cross-cultural research to the social sciences. Psychology Press. 

2003

Sagi-Schwartz, A., van IJzendoorn, M.H., Grossmann, K.E., Joels, T., Grossmann, K., Scharf, M., Koren-Karie, N., & Alkalay, S. (2003). Attachment and traumatic stress in female Holocaust child survivors and their daughters. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 1086-1092.

Toth, I., Kindler, H., & Grossmann, K. (2003). Cross-methodological comparison of infant-father interactions and patterns of attachment. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL, USA, April 2003.

 

2002

Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E., Fremmer-Bombik, E., Kindler, H., Scheuerer-Englisch, H. & Zimmermann, P. (2002a). The uniqueness of the child-father attachment relationship: Fathers' sensitive and challenging play as the pivotal variable in a 16-year longitudinal study. Social Development, 11, 307-331.

 

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K., Winter, M. & Zimmermann, P. (2002) Attachment Relationships and Appraisal of Partnership: From Early Experience of Sensitive Support to Later Relationship Representation. In L. Pulkkinen & A. Caspi (Eds.). Paths to successful development (pp. 73-105). Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, p. 73-105.

 

2001

 Grossmann, K. & Bohlin, G. (2001). Attachment development in girls and boys – differential influences on their pathways. Symposium presented at the 10th European Conference of Developmental Psychology, Uppsala, August, 2001.

Grossmann, K. (2001). Child-father attachment relationship: Quality of joint play as the pivotal variable in a 22-year longitudinal study of attachment development. Paper presented at the University of Jyväskylä, Finnland.

 

Zimmermann, P., Maier, M. A., Winter, M. und Grossmann, K. E. (2001). Attachment and adolescents‘ emotion regulation during a joint problem-solving task with a friend. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 25, 331-343.

 

2000

Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (2000). Parents and toddlers at play: Evidence for separate qualitative functioning of the play and the attachment system. In P. Crittenden (Ed.), The organization of attachment relationships: Maturation, culture and context. (pp. 13-37). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1999

Grossmann, K. & Horsch, E. (1999). Siblings´ attachment qualities to their shared mother and their mothers´ rating of their temperament: A prospective study. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1999). Mary Ainsworth: Our Guide to Attachment Research. Attachment and Human Development, Vol. 1, 224-228.

Grossmann, K.E. (1999) Old and new Internal Working Models of Attachment: How are they connected? Biennal meeting of SRCD, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, April.

Grossmann, K.E. (1999). Discussion. Paper Symposium on the Developmental Sequelae of Catastrophic Holocaust Childhood Experiences across Generations. Abraham Sagi, Chair. Society for Research in Child Development, Biennial Meeting, April 15-18, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Grossmann, K.E. (1999). Old and new Internal Working Models of Attachment: The organisation of feelings and language. Attachment and Human Development, 1, 253-269.

Grossmann, K.E. (1999). Traumatic Experiences and the development of Inner Working Models of Attachment Relationships. The Impact of Collective Education on the Development of Children and Youth. In: W. Fölling & M. Fölling-Albers (Hrsg.). The Transformation of Collective Education in the Kibbutz. The End of Utopia? Frankfurt. Peter Lang. S. 179 - 191.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K. & Zimmermann, P. (1999). A wider view of attachment and exploration: Stability and change during the years of immaturity. In J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (pp. 760-786). New York: Guilford Press.

Spangler, G. & Grossmann, K. (1999). Individual and physiological correlates of attachment disorganization in infancy. In J. Solomon & C. George (Eds.). Attachment disorganization. (pp. 95-124). New York: Guilford.

 1997 and earlier

Grossmann, K.E. (1997). The development of attachment and psychological adaptation from the cradle to the grave. Vortrag, VIII European Conference on Developmental psychology, Rennes, France, Sept. 3-6.

Zimmermann, P., Fremmer-Bombik, E., Spangler, G. & Grossmann, K. E. (1997). Attachment in adolescence: A longitudinal perspective. In W. Koops, J. B. Hoeksma & D. C. van den Boom (Eds.), Development of interaction and attachment: Traditional and non-traditional approaches (pp. 281-292). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Zimmermann, P. & Grossmann, K.E. (1997). Attachment and adaptation in adolescence. In W. Koops, J.B. Hoeksam & D.C. van den Boom (Eds.) Development of interaction and attachment: traditional and non-traditional approaches (p. 271-280). Amsterdem: North-Holland.

Grossmann, K.E. (1996). Ethological perspectives on Human Development and Aging. In C. Magai & S.H. McFadden (eds.). Handbook of Emotion, Adult Development, and Aging. New York. Academic Press, 43-66.

Spangler, G., Fremmer-Bombik, E. & Grossmann, K. (1996). Social and individual determinants of attachment security and desorganization during the first year. Infant Mental Health Journal, 17, 127-139.

Zimmermann, P., Scheuerer-Englisch, H. & Grossmann, K.E. (1996). Social relationships in adolescence: continuity and transformations. Paper presented at the 5th Biennal Conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence in Liege, Belgium. May 11 - May 15.

Zimmermann, P. & Grossmann, K. (1996).Transgenerational Aspects of Stability in Attachment Quality between Parents and their Adolescent Children. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the ISSBD Quebec City, Canada, August 12-16.

Becker-Stoll, F., Fremmer-Bombik, E., Wartner, U., & Grossmann, K. E. (1996). Attachment at age one, six, and sixteen: A longitudinal study. Poster presented at the XIVth Biennial ISSBD Conference, Quebec City, Canada.

Freitag, M. K., Belsky, J., Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E., & Scheuerer-Englisch, H. (1996). Continuity in parent-child relationships from infancy to middle childhood and relations with friendship competence. Child Development, 67, 1437-1454.

Grossmann, K.E. (1995). The evolution and history of attachment research and theory. In S. Goldberg, R. Muir & J. Kerr (Eds.) Attachment theory: Social, developmental  and clinical perspectives, (pp. 85-102). Hillsdale, NJ.: The Analytic Press.

Zimmermann, P. & Grossmann, K.E. (1995). Attachment and adaptation in adolescence. Poster presented at the Biennal Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Indianapolis, March 30 - April 2.

Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E. & Fremmer-Bombik, E. (1994). Attachment behavior, play and stranger reactions of Japanese toddlers before and after separation from their mothers: A comparison with German toddlers. Paper presented at the 3rd. Meeting of the German-  Japanese Society, Osaka, Japan. Sept. 1994.

Wartner, U. G., Grossmann, K., Fremmer-Bombik, E. & Suess, G. (1994). Attachment patterns at age six in South Germany: Predictability from infancy and implications for preschool behavior. Child Development, 65, 1014-1027.

Grossmann, K.E., Loher, I., Grossmann, K., Scheuerer-Englisch, H., Schildbach, B., Spangler, G., Wensauer, M., & Zimmermann, P. (1993). The Development of Inner Working Models of Attachment and Adaptation. Handout, 60th Anniversary Meeting of SRCD in New Orleans, March 1993.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1993). Emotional organization and concentration on reality in a life course perspective. International Journal of Educational Research, 19, 541-554.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1993). Beobachtungen auf den Trobriand-Inseln - Aspekte einer kultur­ver­gleichenden Psychologie. Blick in die Wissenschaft. Forschungsmagazin der Universität Regensburg.

Spangler, G. & Grossmann, K.E. (1993). Biobehavioral organization in securely and insecurely attached infants. Child Development, 64, 1439-1450.

Suess, G., Grossmann, K. E. & Sroufe, L. A. (1992). Effects of infant attachment to mother and father on quality of adaptation in preschool: From dyadic to individual organisation of self. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 15, 43-65.

Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (1991a). Newborn behavior, early parenting quality and later toddler-parent relation­ships in a group of German infants. In J. K. Nugent, B. M. Lester & T. B. Brazelton (Eds.), The cultural context of infancy (pp. 3-38), Vol. II. Norwood: Ablex.

Grossmann, K., Fremmer-Bombik, E. & Freitag, M. (1991). German and Japanese infants in the Strange Situation: Are there differences in behavior beyond differences in the frequency of classes? Eleventh Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 1991.

Grossmann, K.E. & August, P. (1991). Emotional development. In R. M. Lerner, A.C. Peterson & J. Brooks-Gunn (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence. New York: Garland, 301-306.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1991). Attachment quality as an organizer of emotional and behavioral responses in a longitudinal perspective. In C. M. Parkes, J. Stevenson-Hinde & P. Marris (Eds.), Attachment across the life cycle (pp. 93-114). London/New York: Tavistock/ Routledge.

Grossmann, K.E., & Scheuerer-Englisch, H. (1991). Perceived parental support, emotional responsivity, peer relations and interview behavior in 1o-year-olds as related to attachment history. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Minneapolis.

Grossmann, K., Fremmer-Bombik, E. & Grossmann, K.E. (1990). Familiar and unfamiliar patterns of attachment of Japanese infants. Annual Report, Research and Clinical Center for Child Development. Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 30 - 39.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1990). The wider concept of attachment in cross-cultural research. Human Development, 33, 31 - 47.

Grossmann, K. (1989). Avoidance as a communicative strategy in attachment relationships. Conference of the World Association of Infant Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, Sept. 1989, Lugano, Switzerland.

Grossmann, K. (1989). Differential effects of attachment quality to mother and father on boys and girls. Tenth Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, July 1989, Jyväskylä, Finnland.

Grossmann, K.E. (1989). Differences in quality of emotional organization as a consequence of quality of attachment in infancy. Paper presented at International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE). Paris, March 15 - 18.

Grossmann, K.E. (1989). Stability in longitudinal developmental research: The integrative power of looking at individuals in addition to variables. Special Event, 10th Biennial Meeting, ISSBd, Jyväskylä, Finnland.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1989). Preliminary observations on Japanese infants' behavior in Ainsworth's strange situation. Annual Report, Research and Clinical Center for Child Development, No. 11. Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 1-12.

Friedl, A., Kohlmeier, V. & Grossmann, K.E. (1988). Six-year old's responses to imagined separations compared to early security of attachment. Paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Budapest, June 15-19.

Grossmann, K., Fremmer-Bombik, E., Rudolph, J. & Grossmann, K.E. (1988). Maternal attachment representations as related to patterns of infant-mother attachment and maternal care during the first year. In R. A. Hinde & J. Stevenson-Hinde (Eds.), Relationships within families (pp. 241-260). Oxford: Oxford Science Publications.

Grossmann, K.E. (1988). Longitudinal and systemic approaches in the study of biological high- and low-risk groups. In M. Rutter (Ed.), Studies of psychosocial risk. The power of longitudinal data. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 138 - 157.

Scheuerer-Englisch, H., Rosner, S. & Grossmann, K. E. (1988). Parents' internal representation of attachment relationships as a developmental context of 10-year-old children in longitudinal perspective. Poster presented at the Third European Conference on Developmental Psychology of the ISSBD, Budapest, Hungary, June 15-19.

Spangler, G., Meindl, E. & Grossmann, K.E. (1988). Behavioral organization and adrenocortical activity of newborns and infants. Poster presented at the Sixth Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Washington D.C., USA, April 21 - 24.

Grossmann, K., Friedl, A. & Grossmann, K.E. (1987). Preverbal infant-mother vocal interaction patterns and their relationship to attachment quality. Paper presented at the 2nd International Symposium "Prevention and Intervention in Childhood and Youth: Conceptual and Methodological Issues", Bielefeld, Sept. 28 - 30.

Grossmann, K.E. (1987). The relevance of attachment theory in different cultures. Invited International Symposium, Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, April.

Grossmann, K.E. (April 1987). Quality of attachment: Culture-specific or universal? Invited Symposium, Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore.

Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (1986). Neonatal behavioral patterns and their effect on the quality of infant-parent relationships. In B. Leysen, P. Nijs & D. Richter (Eds.), Research in psychosomatic obstetrics and gynaecology. Leuven: Academic Publishing Company, 253-265.

Grossmann, K. & Henke, B. (1986). Exploration, fear and conflict of two-year-olds in a surprise situation. Paper presented at 5th Annual Conference on Human Ethology, Tutzing.

Grossmann, K.E. (1986). From idiographic approaches to nomothetic hypotheses: Stern, Allport, and biology of knowledge, exemplified by an exploration of sibling relationships. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), The individual subject and scientific psychology. New York: Plenum Press, 37 - 69.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K. & Schwan, A. (1986). Capturing the wider view of attachment: A reanalysis of Ainsworth's Strange Situation. In C.E. Izard & P.B. Read (Eds.), Measuring emotions in infants and children, 2. New York: Cambridge University Press, 124-171.

Grossmann, K., Grossmann, K.E., Spangler, G., Suess, G. & Unzner, L. (1985). Maternal sensitivity and newborns' orientation responses as related to quality of attachment in northern Germany. In I. Bretherton & E. Waters (Eds.), Growing points in attachment theory and research. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 50, (1-2, Serial No. 209), 233-256.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1985). From attachment to dynamics of relationship patterns: A longitudinal approach. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development. Eighth Biennial Meetings, Tours, France, July, 6-10 (Paper).

Lütkenhaus, P., Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1985a). Transactional influence of infants' orienting ability and maternal cooperation on competition in three-year-old children. International Journal of Behavioral Develop­ment, 8, 257-272.

Lütkenhaus, P., Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1985b). Infant-mother attachment at twelve months and style of interaction with a stranger at the age of three years. Child Development, 56, 1538-1542.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1984). Discovery and proof in attachment research. Commentary to M. Lamb, R.M. Thompson, W. Garner, E.L. Charnov & D. Estes: Security of infantile attachment as assessed in the Strange Situation - Its study and biological interpretation. The Behavioral and Brain Science, 7(1), 154-155.

Grossmann, K.E. & Volkmer, J.J. (1984). Fathers' presence during birth of their infants and paternal involvement. International Journal of Behavioral Develpoment, 7, 157-165.

Grossmann, K., Baierl, A. & Machl, R. (August 1983). Task-oriented, social and emotional behavior of 2-year-olds during a Bayley Mental Exam. Posterpaper, 7th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, München.

Grossmann, K.E. (April 1983). Historical contributions of German developmental psychology. Society for Research in Child Develoment, Detroit (Paper).

Grossmann, K. & Henke, B. (1983). Behavior pattern analysis of a child-mother-Jack-in-the-Box interaction of 47 two-year-olds. Posterpaper, 7th Biennial Meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Development, München.

Grossmann, K. & Teisinger, U. (1983). Quality of father- child play at two years as related to child-father attachment at 18 months. Posterpaper, 7th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Detroit.

Grossmann, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (1982). Newborn behavioral assessment scale performance of a group of healthy German infants: Stability, reliability and predictive validity into the second year of the child. Paper, International Congress of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Dublin.

Grossmann, K.E. (1982). Social basis of achievement development. Proceedings, 2nd Asian Workshop on Child and Adolescent Development. Bangkok, Thailand: Burapasilpa Press, 22 - 26 (auch in: Seoul, Korea: East West Education, Vol. 3(2), 59 - 68.

Parke, R.D., Grossmann, K. & Tinsely, B.R. (1982). Father-mother-infant interaction in the newborn period: A German-American comparison. In T. Field, et al. (Hrsg.), Culture and early interactions. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 95-113.

Grossmann, K., Thane, K. & Grossmann, K.E. (1981). Maternal tactual contact of the newborn after various post­partum conditions of mother-infant contact. Developmental Psychology, 17(2), 158 - 169.

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1981). Parent-infant attachment relationship in Bielefeld: A research note. In K. Immelmann, G. W. Barlow, L. Petrinovich & M. Main (Eds.), Behavioral development: The Bielefeld interdisciplinary project. London: Cambridge University Press (English). Berlin: Parey Verlag (German).

Grossmann, K.E. & Grossmann, K. (1981). The mother-child relationship. The German Journal of Psychology, 5(3), 237-252.

Grossmann, K.E., Grossmann, K., Huber, F. & Wartner, U. (1981). German children's behavior towards their mothers at 12 months and their fathers at 18 months in Ainsworth’s Strange Situation. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 4, 157-181.

Grossmann, K.E. (April 1981). Infant and social environment interaction: Epistemological considerations behind the ethological approach. Society for Research in Child Develoment, Boston (Paper).

Grossmann, K.E. (August 1981). The role of gestural, facial, and vocal expression in infants' relationships. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Toronto (Paper).

Grossmann, K.E. (1973). Continuous, fixed ratio and fixed interval reinforcement in honey bees. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 20, 105 - 109.

Grossmann, K.E. (1967). Behavioral differences between rabbits and cats. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 111, 171-182.

Craddick, R.A. & Grossmann, K.E. (1962). Effects of visual distraction upon performance on the WAIS digit span. Psychological Reports, 10, 642.

 

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