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Role of the father / KD Pruett.-- p.1253-1261.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 102, 5 Suppl E (1998)
ADULTO   DESARROLLO INFANTIL   PSICOLOGIA INFANTIL   RELACIONES PADRE-HIJO   PADRE   LACTANTE   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   APEGO A OBJETOS   ROL
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Breast feeding and later psychosocial adjustment / DM Fergusson; LJ Woodward.-- p.144-157.-- En: Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology.-- 13, 2 (1999)
ADOLESCENCIA   ANALISIS DE VARIANZA   LACTANCIA MATERNA   DISTRIBUCION DE CHI-CUADRADO   FACTORES DE CONFUSION   EPIDEMIOLOGIA   ESTUDIOS DE SEGUIMIENTO   LACTANTE   DELINCUENCIA JUVENIL   MODELOS LINEALES   TRASTORNOS MENTALES   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   APEGO A OBJETOS   DESARROLLO DE LA PERSONALIDAD   ESTUDIOS PROSPECTIVOS   TAMAÑO DE LA MUESTRA   AJUSTE SOCIAL   SOCIALIZACION
Categoría geográfica: NUEVA ZELANDA  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    The relationship between the duration of breast feeding and psychosocial outcomes measured between the ages of 15 and 18 years was examined in a birth cohort of 999 New Zealand children. During the period from birth to 1 year, information was collected on maternal breast-feeding practices. Between the ages of 15 and 18 years, sample members were assessed using a range of psychosocial measures, including measures of the quality of parent-child relationships, juvenile delinquency, substance abuse and mental health. Children who were breast fed for a longer duration were more likely to report higher levels of parental attachment and tended to perceive their mothers as being more caring and less overprotective towards them compared with bottle-fed children. No association was found between the extent of breast feeding and subsequent rates of juvenile offending, substance use and mental health in later life. Mothers who elected to breast feed were also more likely to be older, better educated, living with a partner, less likely to smoke during pregnancy, and to come from advantaged socio-economic backgrounds characterised by better living standards and a higher family income. Rates of breast feeding were also greater among mothers who gave birth to a first-born child of higher birthweight. After adjustment for these maternal and perinatal factors, the duration of breast feeding remained significantly associated with adolescent perceptions of maternal care, with increasing duration of breast feeding being associated with higher levels of perceived maternal care during childhood. It is concluded that: (a) it is unlikely that breast feeding is associated with reduced risks of psychiatric disorder in later life; (b) breast feeding may lead to closer parent-child relationships; and (c) it is unlikely that the association between breast feeding and cognitive development is mediated by intervening processes relating to improved psychosocial adjustment in breast-fed children.-

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Mother's milk. A psychoanalyst looks at breastfeeding / M Friedman.-- p.475-490.-- En: Psychoanal Study Child.-- 51 (1996)
ADULTO   LACTANCIA MATERNA   CONTRATRANSFERENCIA   PSICOLOGIA   IDENTIDAD SEXUAL   LACTANTE   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   APEGO A OBJETOS   TEORIA PSICOANALITICA   TERAPIA PSICOANALITICA   DESARROLLO PSICOSEXUAL   INCONSCIENTE
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    This chapter examines the complex experiences and meanings of breastfeeding for women engaged in it. My review of the sparse literature to date reveals that understanding of breastfeeding has been limited largely to an oral perspective. The sociology and physiology of lactation are sketched here to provide a background for the multifaceted psychic experiences reported by breastfeeding women. Within this more complex context it can be demonstrated that breastfeeding kindles aspects of all the psychosexual stages, touching off a cascade of fantasies and feelings in the nursing woman. Case vignettes also illustrate the broad clinical utility of an interest in breastfeeding. The question arises as to why there has been such reticence on the part of both patients and analysts regarding breastfeeding. Paying attention to this activity can yield rich and useful information about the nursing mother's unconscious attitudes. Issues of power, competence, erotism, and aggression are discussed in addition to those of orality and nurturance.-

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Breastfeeding for optimal mental development. The alpha and the omega in human milk / I de Andraca; R Uauy.-- p.1-27.-- En: World Review of Nutrition & Dietetics.-- 78 (1995)
CEREBRO   LACTANCIA MATERNA   DESARROLLO INFANTIL   INFANTE   ACIDOS GRASOS OMEGA-3   LACTANTE   RECIEN NACIDO   PREMATURO   LECHE HUMANA   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   APEGO A OBJETOS   RETINA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Developmental considerations of infants and children with congenital heart disease / M Loeffel.-- pp. 214-217.-- En: Heart Lung.-- 14, 3 (1985)
ANSIEDAD DE LA SEPARACION   INFORME DE CASO   NIÑO   CUIDADO DEL NIÑO   DESARROLLO INFANTIL   NIÑO HOSPITALIZADO   INFANTE   NUTRICION ENTERAL   FEMENINO   CARDIOPATIAS CONGENITAS   HUMANO   LACTANTE   CUIDADO DEL LACTANTE   ALIMENTOS INFANTILES   APEGO A OBJETOS   RELACIONES PADRES-HIJO   PLANIFICACION DE ATENCION AL PACIENTE   ENFERMERIA PEDIATRICA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Maternal sensitivity and responsiveness, limit-setting style, and relationship history in the transition to toddlerhood / EA LeCuyer Maus.-- pp. 117-139.-- En: Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs.-- 23, 2 (2000)
ADOLESCENCIA   ADULTO   AUTORITARISMO   DESARROLLO INFANTIL   LACTANTE   CONTROL INTERNO-EXTERNO   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   CONDUCTA MATERNA   MODELOS PSICOLOGICOS   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   APEGO A OBJETOS   PATRIA POTESTAD   FACTORES SOCIOECONOMICOS
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    During the transition of their children to toddlerhood, mothers must learn to adapt their behaviors in a period of marked developmental change. Maternal sensitivity and responsiveness were examined across interactions with varying levels of control-saliency over children at 12 months. Mothers were significantly less sensitive as a group in more control-salient interactions (teaching task, toy clean-up, and limit-setting), than in less control-salient interactions (play and snack). Mothers' sensitivity and responsiveness, and their perceived relationship history in their own families of origin, also were related to their use of limit-setting strategies. Mothers who were less sensitive and responsive, and who reported more negative relationship histories, displayed power-based limit-setting strategies. In contrast, higher levels of maternal sensitivity and responsiveness and more positive relationship histories were associated with teaching-based limit-setting styles.

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Humanizando la relación madre-hijo: construyendo una sociedad basada en el amor / G Brand.-- pp. 67-75.-- En: Pediatria al dia.-- 20, 4 (2004)
RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   RELACIONES FAMILIARES   APEGO A OBJETOS   INSTINTO
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    Los últimos adelantos en cuanto al conocimiento de las Bases Biológicas de la conducta de los seres humanos, nos hace plantearnos si lo que hemos hecho hasta ahora con nuestras madres y niños, está bien enfocado. Pensamos que deben modificarse muchas de las acciones que hemos estado realizando de buena fe y que por desconocimiento de nuestra realidad biológica no corresponden. Este tema es el que trataremos de analizar.....Continua.





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