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Madres adultas y madres adolescentes: un análisis comparativo de las interacciones que mantienen con sus bebés

 

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Author: Hidalgo García, María Victoria
Sánchez Hidalgo, José
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Date: 2002
Published in: Apuntes de Psicología, 20 (2), 243-256
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este trabajo tiene como objetivo analizar las diferencias en las interacciones que, durante una situación de comida, mantienen un grupo de madres adolescentes y otro de madres adultas con sus bebés de 8-12 meses de edad. Para ello, estudiamos 93 día...
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This work analyzes the differences in the interactions of a group of adolescent mothers and another one of adult mothers with their babies of 8-12 months of age during feeding time. In this way, we studied 93 mother-baby dyads (41 adolescents and 52 adults) in 4 observational dimensions: (1) the emotional warm; (2) maternal sensitivity; (3) linguistic development and autonomy stimulation; and (4) feeding time organization. The results indicate that the adult mothers are warmer and more sensible during the interaction than adolescent mothers. Data show that adult mothers who take advantage of in greater measurement the situation to stimulate aspects related to the language and the autonomy of their babies. In addition, the group of adult mothers usually equips from greater the feeding time organization. This results point out that it is necessary a intervention adjust to the fact of becoming mother during the adolescent age.
Cite: Hidalgo García, M.V. y Sánchez Hidalgo, J. (2002). Madres adultas y madres adolescentes: un análisis comparativo de las interacciones que mantienen con sus bebés. Apuntes de Psicología, 20 (2), 243-256.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/30889

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