Attachment may refer to:
- Attachment theory, the psychological theory which is used to describe and investigate the predictable emotional connection between individuals
- "Attachment" as a vice:
- Upādāna, a cause of suffering (in Buddhism)
- Moh, a vice in Sikh belief
- Attachment (law), a means of collecting a legal judgment by levying on property in the possession of a third party
- Attachment of earnings, collecting money owed by a debtor directly from the debtor's employer
- An e-mail attachment
- AT Attachment, a computer disk drive interface standard
- The binding of a virus to its target cell
- Precision attachment, the functional mechanical parts of a removable partial denture
- Rental attachments, components attached to rental machinery
- Excavator#Excavator_attachments added onto construction equipment to alter its function
- Attachments (TV series), a BBC comedy-drama that ran from 2000 to 2002 about an Internet startup company
Other articles related to "attachment":
... It is critical to differentiate therapies based on attachment theory from the "unfortunately named" attachment therapy ... (However, the use of the terms "attachment therapy" and "attachment-based therapy" is not consistent in literature and on the Internet) ... Attachment therapy, also known as 'holding therapy', is a group of unvalidated therapies characterized by forced restraint of children in order to make them relive attachment ...
... focussing on infant-parent relationships, attachment and its development in high-risk environments ... Boris, of AACAP's Practice Parameter for the assessment and treatment of reactive attachment disorder ... on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Taskforce which reported on attachment therapy, reactive attachment disorder, and attachment problems in 2006 ...
... Attachment-based psychotherapy is a psychoanalytic psychotherapy that is informed by attachment theory ... As a branch of relational psychoanalysis, attachment-based psychotherapy combines the epidemiological categories of attachment theory including the identification of the attachment styles secure, anxious ... Ongoing clinical developments are discussed in the journals ATTACHMENT New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, Karnac BooksLondon (ISSN 1753 5980) (journal of the ...
... new practice parameters for the categorization of attachment disorders, currently categorized as reactive attachment disorder and disinhibited attachment disorder in DSM-IV-TR, the revised ... The first new category is disorder of attachment, in which a young child has no preferred adult caregiver, parallel to RAD in its inhibited and disinhibited forms, as defined in DSM and ICD ... The third is disrupted attachment ...
Famous quotes containing the word attachment:
“My attachment has neither the blindness of the beginning, nor the microscopic accuracy of the close of such liaisons.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“Men are more evanescent than pictures, yet one sorrows for lost friends, and pictures are my friends. I have none others. I am never long enough with men to attach myself to them; and whatever feelings of attachment I have are to material things.”
—John Ruskin (18191900)
“Fiction is like a spiders web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Often the attachment is scarcely perceptible.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)