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Maternal-infant contact and development of attachment

Patricia Gentry Droppleman

Maternal-infant contact and development of attachment

by Patricia Gentry Droppleman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newborn infants -- Family relationships,
  • Mother and child

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Patricia Gentry Droppleman.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 84 p.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17595043M
    OCLC/WorldCa6283458

      It is certainly the case that, in the study of Lyons-Ruth and colleagues, infant outcome in terms of both cognitive development and attachment security was more compromised in the context of severe, rather than mild, maternal depression.3 In addition, Campbell et al found poor infant behaviour to occur in the context of interactions with the Cited by:   Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Attachment and Development Susan s Bretherton caregiver Cassidy cent Chapter Child Development childhood Cicchetti clinical cognitive conflict considered cortisol development of attachment Developmental Psychology difficult dismissing.

    Maternal depression can impair the healthy development of infants and young children. Maternal depression can also affect the parent-child relationship. Because a child’s emotional health, and a strong parent–child attachment or “bond,” provide the foundation for healthy development throughout life, maternal depression can have long.   Saltman is at her best in her chapters on Ainsworth and the development of attachment theory.

    Ainsworth MDS () The development of infant-mother attachment. In: Caldwell B, Ricciuti H (eds.) Review of child development research (Volume 3). University of Chicago Press, Chicago: 1–94 Google Scholar; Ainsworth M, Blehar M, Waters E, Wall S () Patterns of attachment. Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ Google ScholarCited by: 6. Ainsworth et al. identified that attachment develops through the interaction of mother and child. Without interaction and being together, attachment does not occur. Bowlby and Ainsworth et al. suggest that the development of secure attachments early in life is critical and affects later development in other areas.


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Maternal-infant contact and development of attachment by Patricia Gentry Droppleman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this study was to attempt to establish more precisely the sensitive period for mother-infant attachment, by comparing maternal behaviors of mothers who had immediate contact with their newborns to mothers whose contact with their infants was : Patricia Gentry Droppleman.

attachment have been used by Klaus and Kennell synonymously but the word attachment as introduced by Bowlby () refers to a conformation mirroring the quality of the affectional linking between parents and infants, particularly the mother­ infant.

This linking develops gradually throughout the first year of lif. In summary, maternal-infant attachment is an important part of healthy development for infants and leads to positive health outcomes. Community health nurses can play a key role in enhancing maternal-infant attachment.

The purpose of the project was to raise awareness of maternal-infant attachment through reading. Methods. Children's symptoms were diagnosed, maternal and child attachment-related behaviors observed during the evocation of traumatic memories, and maternal psychological symptoms Author: Ruth Feldman.

The effect of minimal maternal–infant contact and prolonged separation following birth was examined in 29 premature and seriously ill full-term neonates to assess their attachment relationships. Since attachment is a feature of dyadic relationships, it is likely that both participants contribute to the development of attachment patterns.

Although most studies which examined early infant behavior or temperament as a predictor of infant attachment found it to be less predictive than maternal behavior, there are some exceptions (e.g Cited by: both in the infant's development of attachment to the mother and in the mother's responsiveness to the infant, comes from Fraiberg's () longi-tudinal study of blind infants.

So persuasive have been the studies of inter-action involving distance receptors that interaction involving close bodily contact has been largely ignored. sensitive period of life for development of mother-child interaction and bonding. Studies have highlighted the importance of early and close contact between the mother and her newborn baby(l-6).

Conclusions drawn from these studies reveal that early contact of the mother with her baby helps towards establishing later maternal infant Size: KB. It is well documented that maternal attachment does not materialize instinctively with the birth of the child.

Also, interference in the development of this close relationship between the mother and child is known to have significant consequences for the child [failure‒to‒thrive, battered‒child syndrome, and poor emotional adjustments).Cited by: 3.

The NICHD (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) tested both of these beliefs in a large-scale, multi-city study of the effects of child care on maternal-infant attachment.

Firstly, the results showed that, despite the fact that infants in child care do have exposure to maternal separation on a regular basis, the Strange. Attachment theory is based on the joint work of J. Bowlby (–) and M. Ainsworth (–). Its developmental history begins in the s, with Bowlby's growing interest in the link between maternal loss or deprivation and later personality development and with Ainsworth's interest in security theory.

Although Bowlby's and Ainsworth's collaboration began init entered its Cited by: Attachment is not ‘bonding’. ‘Bonding’ was a concept developed by Klaus and Kennell who implied that parent-child ‘bonding’ depended on skin-to-skin contact during an early critical period.

This concept of ‘bonding’ was proven to be erroneous and to have nothing to do with by: Understanding Attachment helps to answer these questions and many others.

This book is perfect for the reader who wants or needs a thorough understanding of attachment, but does not have the time to indulge in lengthy study.1/5(2). Assessment of postnatal paternal–infant attachment: development of a questionnaire instrument.

Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology: Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. Cited by:   In this regard, this article has three goals: 1) to examine key conceptualizations of the maternal-infant attachment process for normal newborns and for premature infants (based on a concept analysis and an ethnographic study), 2) to organize key conceptual elements into a more integrated model, and 3) to examine the fit of the model with the extremely low-birth-weight infant/mother group.

In a succinct, extensively researched article, Lozofl reviews the literature on maternal-infant attachment and draws the inevitable conclusion that standard hospital practices may stress maternal-infant attachment beyond adaptable limits.

1 x 1. Lozoff, B. The mothernewborn relationship: limits of adaptability. Pediatrics. ; 1–12Author: Sheryle Paukert. Applications that influence attachment in the early postnatal period and could enhance mother-baby attachment include: early skin contact, kangaroo method, and sharing a room in the postnatal period.

Mothers should be observed from the first postnatal minutes and the appropriate attachment behavior should be : Nazmi Mutlu Karakaş, Figen Şahin Dağlı. This concept exploration paper will focus on Bonding: maternal-infant attachment and the Maternal Role Attainment Theory. The MFAS (Maternal Fetal Attachment Scale) (Cranley, ) is a renowned tool to measure mother’s attachment (reflected in the level of healthcare indulged in), during pregnancy, and correlation with neonatal outcomes.

maternal-infant contact. Delay, if possible, eye prophy- laxis until after the mother has established eye contact. Encourage family visiting, in- cluding siblings.

Provide a warm, supportive environment. Caretakers must be sensitive and sympathetic. Work to abolish hospital rou. The relationship aids in language development, self-regulation, attachment, and successful development of future social relationships (Baker & McGrath, ).

A study conducted by Treyvaud et al. () found that maternal-infant synchrony was the most significant parenting predictor for cognitive development (as cited in Baker & McGrath). The maternal-infant social phenomena about which Harlow speculated are demonstrated by infant behaviors such as smiles, coos, and eye contact, which are aimed at eliciting a reciprocal response of warmth and social contact from caregivers.

The construct of attachment was refined by Klaus, Kennel, and Klaus (). It is generally believed both.Ainsworth contributed the concept of the attachment figure as a secure base from which an infant can explore the world.

In addition, she formulated the concept of maternal sensitivity to infant signals and its role in the development of infant-mother attachment patterns.

The ideas now guiding attachment theory have a long developmental history.Maternal Addiction: Does Attachment Play a Role? Maternal addiction is a serious problem with long lasting consequences for children’s social, emotional and cognitive development.

Mothers who abuse substances have higher rates of reported child abuse, neglect and foster care placement. There is evidence that drugs such as cocaineFile Size: 1MB.