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Alcances Y Limitaciones De La Teoría Del Apego Y La Base Segura

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  • Maximiliano Korstanje

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El origen de la teoría del apego se remonta a los trabajos etológicos de Lorenz con patos silvestres. Según la observación de este autor, se notaba en los patos cierto apego entre la madre y sus crías minutos después de los nacimientos; dicho lazo duraría gran parte de la vida biológica del animal (Bowlby, 1986; 1989). Con estas observaciones en mente, John Bowlby intentó crear un corpus que verificara experimentalmente los supuestos libidinales entre madre e hijo propios de la literatura psicoanalítica. En la actualidad el apego puede ser definido como “toda conducta por la cual un individuo mantiene o busca proximidad con otra persona considerada como más fuerte. Se caracteriza también por la tendencia a utilizar al cuidador principal como una base segura, desde la cual explorar los entornos desconocidos, y hacia la cual retornar como refugio en momentos de alarma” (Vemengo, 2005: 1).

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Article provided by Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a las Ciencias Sociales.

Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 2009-10 (October)
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Handle: RePEc:erv:coccss:y:2009:i:2009-10:19

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Keywords: teoria del apego; base segura; alcances; limitaciones;

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