4 edition of Studies in mother-infant interaction found in the catalog.
Studies in mother-infant interaction
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by H. R. Schaffer.|
|Contributions||Schaffer, H. Rudolph.|
|LC Classifications||BF723.I6 S69 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
|LC Control Number||77071649|
In this article, we describe interactions between mothers who are highly anxious and their young infant, based on the few directly relevant observation studies that are available. For more detail, we draw on a broader literature including studies of depressed mothers and developmental by: Mother-infant interaction and acculturation: II. Behavioural coherence and correspondence in Japanese American and South American families. Linda R. Cote and Marc H. Bornstein Mother-infant interaction and acculturation: II. pointing to some universal characteristics in mother-infant interactions. Ainsworth, M.D., Blehar, M.C., Waters Cited by:
This study examines relations between change in mother-infant interaction and change in parental and infant traits. Forty-seven mother-infant dyads were observed at 3 months in face-to-face inter- action and at 9 months in two play situations, face-to-face social play and exploratory play inter- action. I will examine the limitations and advantages of different approaches used in mother–infant studies, and I will sketch an alternative approach to studying mother–infant interaction in non-human primates that adopts Bruner’s developmental studies on human infant by: 1.
The infant's stimulus world during social interaction: a study of caregiver behaviors with particular reference to repetition and timing. In Schaffer, H. K. (ed.), Studies in mother–infant interaction. New York: Academic by: In the present study the effect of situational variables within the home setting on the quality of mother-infant interaction at 6 months was examined as well as the consistency in the quality of.
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Studies in Mother-Infant Interaction: Proceedings of the Loch Lomond Symposium, Ross Priory, University of Strathclyde, September, First Edition. Studies in Mother-Infant Interaction Proceedings of the Loch Lomond Symposium, Ross Priory, University of Strathclyde, September, by H.
Schaffer. Published June by. An internationally known researcher presents a comprehensive, illustrated analysis of mother-infant interactions. Using video microanalysis―which captures moment-to-moment sequences of interactions―Beatrice Beebe and her colleagues have turned their lens on the most primary of relationships, mother and infant/5(4).
The Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book. The book presents drawings of 10 sequences of mother-infant interaction at 4 months; four of these sets of drawings illustrate interaction patterns that predicted secure attachment and 6 sets depict patterns that predicted one.
Their newest book, The Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book: Origins of Attachment, provides pictures of the minute interactive experiences that in the end (over repetitive experiences) impact our attachment patterns.
The idea to use pictures to depict the interactive components arose to show readers what occurs between mothers and infants. Introduction. A substantial proportion of developmental science concerned with infant development, parenting, and family life has been constructed on mother–firstborn interactions (Hoffman, ), but roughly 80% of families in the United States will have more than one child (Monte & Ellis, ).Better understanding of similarities and differences in siblings’ behaviors and in parents Cited by: 1.
Buy Studies in Mother-Infant Interaction 1st edition by Schaffer, H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Early Mother-Infant Interaction Determinants and Predictivity UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE ACADEMIC DISSERTATION To be presented, with the permission of infant interaction was addressed (Studies I-III), and aspects of the dyad were considered.
Studies I and II were longitudinal and Studies. Such findings led to the concept of mother-infant interaction. This mother-infant interaction is clearly a psychological one. In other words, by holding her child, the mother's affection for the child deepens, and the child who is held by the mother experiences a deepening of affection toward the mother.
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In this study, the dependent variable is. stress level. Method: Twenty-three professionals trained in parent–infant observation rated 14 3-minute videotapes of parent–infant interaction using the PIIOS in two studies.
The majority of the studies found significant association between mother–infant interaction and language, cognition, motor, and social development during the first year of life.
Only seven studies assessed motor development and four studies found significant relationship between motor development and mother–infant : Nelci Adriana Cicuto Ferreira Rocha, Fernanda Pereira dos Santos Silva, Mariana Martins dos Santos.
The aim of the study was to examine the impact of anxiety in the postnatal year on maternal contribution to mother–infant interaction. Participants were 32 mothers with high anxiety and 32 mothers with low anxiety, when their infants were aged 10–14 by: of the mother-infant relationship.
In psy-chology, exchanges between a mother and an infant is called “mother-infant interaction” and studied commonly. Mother-infant interaction is developed not only one-sidedly, but as a mother and an infant affect each other, each changing their own behavior to match the other’s, and vise versa.
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Free shipping for many products. In most studies, mother-infant interactional attunement is observed in either one or two contexts or in brief, unstructured sessions at home.
We thus do not know whether the observed levels of interactional attunement are influenced by the context. Mother-Infant Interaction Epigenetics and Infant Stress Reactivity Related to Variations in Parenting Merging the fields of epigenetics and human behavior is potentially “game changing” and provides an unprecedented opportunity to discover the molecular basis of human behavior.
Studies in mother-infant interaction: proceedings of the Loch Lomond Symposium, Ross Priory, University of Strathclyde, September Author: H Rudolph Schaffer ; University of Strathclyde. These home-based interventions over the first 12 to 18 months postpartum led to better mother–infant interaction (Hofkosh et al., ), higher infant cognitive scores, and a more stimulating and responsive home environment (Black et al., ) in comparison with control infants.
Among adolescent drug-using mothers, one successful center-based program included drug treatment and parenting Cited by: Studies in mother-infant interaction: proceedings of the Loch Lomond symposium, Ross Priory, University of Strathclyde, September, Author: H Rudolph Schaffer.
MARTIN, JOHN A. A Longitudinal Study of the Consequences of Early Mother-Infant Interaction: A Microanalytic Approach. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development,46(3, Serial No.
). This Monograph reports the results of a longitudinal study of the devel-opment of dyadic relations in mother-child pairs.Interaction between Young Siblings in the Context of Family Relationships J. S. Early social interaction and language acquisition.
In H. R. Schaffer (Ed.), Studies in mother-infant interaction. London: Academic Press,pp. – Interaction between Young Siblings in the Context of Family Relationships. In: Lewis M., Rosenblum Cited by: Which of the following are not consequences of the rather long degree of mother/infant separation in Western societies?
Prevention of early ovulation after childbirth Cross-cultural studies show that in many non-Western cultures mother-infant "co-sleeping" is the rule.