Archive for metacognition

Executive Function—Don’t Take It Personally

Yes, I know, you were expecting part VI of my multi-part review of the 2014 edited volume entitled Addictions from an Attachment Perspective—Do Broken Bonds and Early Trauma Lead to Addictive Behaviours? I’ve decided to pause my review of Addictions from an Attachment Perspective and talk about a favorite topic of mine Executive Function. Why? […]

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Farmer Freud and Farmer Bowlby—Ploughing the Same Field?

As most of you know, John Bowlby, arguably the father of attachment theory, wrote three volumes on the subject (often referred to collectively as Bowlby’s trilogy). The main title for each volume was Attachment and Loss. The subtitle for each volume was different and set the tone for what was to come: vol. I – […]

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