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Attachment theory and group processes: the association between attachment style and group-related representations, goals, memories, and functioning.(Author Abstract)

Rom, Eldad ; Mikulincer, Mario

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, June, 2003, Vol.84(6), p.1220(16) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Activation of the attachment system in adulthood: threat-related primes increase the accessibility of mental representations of attachment figures.(Abstract)

Mikulincer, Mario ; Gillath, Omri ; Shaver, Phillip R.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Oct, 2002, Vol.83(4), p.881(15) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Affective Component of the Secure Base Schema: Affective Priming With Representations of Attachment Security

Mikulincer, Mario ; Hirschberger, Gilad ; Nachmias, Orit ; Gillath, Omri

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, August, 2001, Vol.81(2), p.305 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Attachment Theory and Intergroup Bias: Evidence That Priming the Secure Base Schema Attenuates Negative Reactions to Out-Groups

Mikulincer, Mario ; Shaver, Phillip R.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, July, 2001, Vol.81(1), p.97 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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