(Ainsworth, Blehar, Waters, & Wall, ) at 12 (or 18) months of age. Within that presentation, special emphasis was given to verbatim texts taken from a newly developed Adult Attachment Inter-view (AAI; George, Kaplan, & Main, , , ). During the course of this interview, individ-uals are asked both to describe their attachment-. ADULT ATTACHMENT INTERVIEW PROTOCOL George, C., Kaplan, N., & Main, M. (). The Adult Attachment Interview. Unpublished manuscript, University of California at Berkeley. (Note: This document is for illustration only. Contact the authors for information about training and the most current version of the interview protocol.) IntroductionFile Size: 76KB.
Main discovered so many babies were peculiar, she got concerned about the parents. So in she created the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) to study the adults, releasing results Her journey was so “Strange” and involved, that it got published in language hard to . attachment figures (the Strange Situation: Ainsworth, Blehar, Waters, & Wall, ) led to an explosion of research in that area. However, halfway through the s, George, Kaplan, and Main () developed the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), which enable d researcher s to assess attachment representations in adolescence and adulthood äs well.