Arieti and Bowlby: convergence and direct influence.

Arieti and Bowlby: convergence and direct influence. Am J Psychoanal. 2015 Sep;75(3):320-32 Authors: Bacciagaluppi M Abstract Arieti was a great specialist of schizophrenia and Bowlby was the initiator of attachment theory. Working independently on the two sides of the Atlantic, they converged on a range of topics, such as evolutionary theory, mourning, trauma, violence, and therapy as art and science. Later, Bowlby exerted a direct influence on Arieti, which Arieti acknowledged in his Love Can Be Found. Finally, the two authors cooperated in the second edition of the American Handbook of Psychiatry. PMID: 26356777 [PubMed - in process]
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