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Some evidence is available that links it with frightening or dissociated behaviour on the part of the caregiver (Lyons-Ruth, Bronfman and Atwood 1999; Schuengel et al. 1999). ; Fonagy and Target 1997). The suggestion here is that poor reflective function undermines attachment processes and these in their turn might in some way generate behavioural difficulties. It is the impact of attachment disorganization upon an agentive self that might be most important for us in understanding violent behaviour.
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A Matter of Security: The Application of Attachment Theory to Forensic Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (Forensic Focus) by Gwen Adshead, Friedemann Pf¿fflin