Archive for culture

“Evolutionary Cultural Ecology” (ECE)—Let’s Look at Its Connection to Bowlbian Attachment Theory

Occasionally I’ll write a post that mainly serves my research needs: To summarize and record information concerning a particular topic. This is one such post. In my last post I looked at the edited volume entitled Traditions of Systems Theory—Major Figures and Contemporary Developments, edited by Darrell Arnold (2014). Chapter fourteen in Traditions of Systems […]

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REPRINT: Why is Depression Becoming More Common: Some Likely Cultural Factors

On occasion I visit a web site entitled Mad in America–Science, Psychiatry and Community. While browsing articles over at Mad in America the other day, I noticed a link to an article by psychotherapist Randy Paterson entitled Why is Depression Becoming More Common: Some Likely Cultural Factors. Dr. Paterson runs a blog over at […]

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Dr. Ippen-Ghosh on Attachment, Culture, and Trauma (Part I)

On October 26th, 2010, I had the pleasure of attending a workshop by Dr. Chandra Ippen-Ghosh on Understanding How Attachment, Culture, and Trauma Shape Engagement and Service Provision. Ippen-Ghosh is the Associate Research Director of the Child Trauma Research Program at the University of California, San Francisco and the Early Trauma Treatment Network. She’s also […]

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