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The interrelations of maternal attachment representations,
mother–infant interaction in the home, and attachment relationships
were studied in 99 adolescent mothers and their 12-month-old infants. A
q-factor analysis was used to identify emergent profiles of mother and
infant interaction. Traditional multivariate statistical analyses were
complemented by a relationship-based approach utilizing latent class
analysis. The results confirmed many theoretical predictions linking
interaction with autonomous maternal representations and secure
attachment, but failed to support a mediating role for maternal
sensitivity. Strong associations were found between mothers displaying
nonsensitive and disengaged interaction profiles, infants who did not
interact harmoniously with the mother and preferred interaction with the
visitor, unresolved maternal representations, and disorganized attachment
relationships. Moreover, maternal nonsensitive and disengaged interaction
in the home mediated the association between unresolved representations
and disorganization. The results of the latent class analysis were
consistent with these findings and revealed additional, empirically
derived associations between attachment classifications and patterns of
interactive behavior, some of which prompt a reconsideration of our
current understanding of attachment transmission in at-risk
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