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Message ID: 9417
Date: 2013-04-24

Author:JWGouldaol.com

Subject:Re: Assessing attachment in young children

Dr. Fusco: I would recommend the 2011 and 2012 volumes in Family Court Review addressing concerns in attachment measures and the Ludolph and Dale (2012) article in Family Law Quarterly addressing the quality of attachment research and the use of psychometrically unsound measures in research and forensic use. Jon Gould Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology 417A South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, North Carolina 28211 Specializing in Forensic Psychological Evaluations and Consultation in family law matters voicemail: 704-364-0452 fax: 704 837 2969 cell: 704 641 7990 email: jwgould@aol.com In a message dated 4/24/2013 1:08:59 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, raf45@pitt.edu writes: Could anyone recommend a good attachment measure for children aged 1-3? It is for a research study and would be administered by advanced social work students. I have researched a few online but would value input from people who might have used them. Thank you. Rachel Fusco Rachel A. Fusco, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work 2303 Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260 (412) 624-0173 FAX: (412) 624-6323

Dr. Fusco: I would recommend the 2011 and 2012 volumes in Family Court Review addressing concerns in attachment measures and the Ludolph and Dale (2012) article in Family Law Quarterly addressing the quality of attachment research and the use of psychometrically unsound measures in research and forensic use. Jon Gould Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology 417A South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, North Carolina 28211 Specializing in Forensic Psychological Evaluations and Consultation in family law matters voicemail: 704-364-0452 fax: 704 837 2969 cell: 704 641 7990 email: jwgouldaol.com In a message dated 4/24/2013 1:08:59 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, raf45pitt.edu writes: Could anyone recommend a good attachment measure for children aged 1-3? It is for a research study and would be administered by advanced social work students. I have researched a few online but would value input from people who might have used them. Thank you. Rachel Fusco Rachel A. Fusco, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work 2303 Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260 (412) 624-0173 FAX: (412) 624-6323