Disorganized attachment is actually the lack of a coherent style or pattern for coping. Organized attachments include the secure, and insecure avoidant and insecure ambivalent styles. While ambivalent and avoidant styles are not totally effective, they are strategies for dealing with the world. Disorganized attachment has been defined as the momentary breakdown of the usual organized attachment strategies. Human interactions are experienced as erratic, thus children cannot form a coherent interactive template. If the child uses the caregiver as a mirror to understand the self, the disorganized child is looking into a mirror broken into a thousand pieces.
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Disorganized Attachment: Understanding How It Forms & How To Heal
Disorganized infant, child, and adult attachment: collapse in behavioral and attentional strategies
Bowlby proposed that the child's insistence on maintainance of proximity to protective parental figures was attributable to the activities of an attachment behavioral system which regulates primate safety and survival. Ainsworth, M. Blehar, E. Waters, and S. Wall's Strange Situation procedure later delineated 3 categories of 1-year-old response to brief laboratory separations from the parent secure, avoidant, and resistant , each found systematically related to parent-infant interaction, and predictive of favorable versus unfavorable sequelae in middle childhood. Recently, a fourth, disorganized-disoriented infant Strange Situation category has been identified, and infant attachment has been found to predict child narratives.
Currently, when most babies are born, the medical staff does their best to immediately take the child and place him or her on the chest of the mother. When my son was born, the umbilical cord was cut and the nurse brought him over before he was even completely clean. I was able to hold him for about an hour before they took him to get cleaned and evaluated further. The primary reason for this practice is to help begin creating a secure attachment which has long lasting developmental benefits. Rene Spitz studied babies who grew up in orphanages and received little human contact began to fall behind developmentally after the age of one.
The infant D category is assigned on the basis of interruptions and anomalies in organization and orientation observed during Ainsworth's strange situation procedure. In neurologically normal low-risk samples, D attachment is not substantially related to descriptions of infant temperament, and usually appears with respect to only one parent. At six, former D infants are often found to be role-inverting D-Controlling towards the parent, while drawings and separation-related narratives D-Fearful suggest continuing states of fear and disorganization. Bowlby's theory is extended, with the proposal that certain forms of frightening parental behavior will arouse contradictory biologically channeled propensities to approach and to take flight from the parent.