Attachment disorganization is considered an important risk factor for socio-emotional development. Aim of the present review is to present the main cues of the traumatic experience discussing risk factors of attachment disorganization highlighted by the last twenty years of research. Special attention is given to the description of recent findings in neurobiology, caregiving and child's risk factors studies along the life-span. A final critical discussion of the review, including promising results from evidence-based interventions aiming at reducing disorganization in the inter-generational transmission, is presented.
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