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In 1990 we advanced the hypothesis that frightened and frightening
(FR) parental behavior would prove to be linked to both unresolved (U)
adult attachment status as identified in the Adult Attachment Interview
and to infant disorganized/disoriented (D) attachment as assessed in
the Ainsworth Strange Situation. Here, we present a coding system for
identifying and scoring the intensity of the three primary forms of FR
behavior (frightened, threatening, and dissociative) as well as three
subsidiary forms. We review why each primary form may induce fear of the
parent (the infant's primary “haven of safety”), placing
the infant in a disorganizing approach-flight paradox. We suggest that,
being linked to the parent's own unintegrated traumatic experiences
(often loss or maltreatment), FR behaviors themselves are often guided by
parental fright, and parallel the three “classic” mammalian
responses to fright: flight, attack, and freezing behavior. Recent studies
of U to FR, as well as FR to D relations are presented, including findings
regarding AMBIANCE/FR+. Links between dissociation, FR, U, and D are
explored. Parallel processing and working memory are discussed as they
relate to these phenomena.
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