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25th June, 2020

Trust and interdependence during Covid19: lessons from the study of human attachment


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25th June, 2020
13:00 - 13:45

This virtual Lunch Hour Lecture will examine trust and interdependence during Covid19 and explore attachment theory and the value of relationships.

Attachment theory provides an understanding of the most precious relationship we have. The importance of which is brought into sharp relief by increased awareness of our vulnerability at a time of crisis. This lecture will explore the role of attachment in the family, but also beyond it in communities small and large. We will examine the role of trust and how trust is communicated to enable interpersonal influence essential for effective communication, also look at failures of trust and to the complications this can lead for individual development, mental disorders and social processes.

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