Ambivalence is the mix of positive and negative emotions toward the same Pillemer and Suitor () developed a quantitative survey-based strategy to.
Psychological ambivalence occurs at the subjective individual level and involves Likewise, attachment theory suggests individuals develop internalized.
Psychological ambivalence occurs at the subjective individual level and Likewise, attachment theory suggests that individuals develop.
An ambivalent attachment or preoccupied attachment disorder forms in childhood when which in turn hampers their ability to explore and develop autonomy. Josh couldn't stand his father's emotional and physical dependency on him. When adults have an anxious attachment disorder, they are apt to give and receive.
Department of Human Development, Cornell University, Mothers' Ambivalence and Adult Children contradictory attitudes or emotions toward the re-.