1 edition of Parent-infant relationship in traditional and non-traditional families found in the catalog.
Parent-infant relationship in traditional and non-traditional families
|Statement||Carl-Philip Hwang ... [et al.].|
|Series||Göteborg psychological reports ; v. 11, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/113|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ; 30 cm.|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||82110067|
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Recognizing the significance of this early relationship, however, has not resulted in a large number of attachment-based interventions.
For a variety of sociopolitical, economic, scientific, and clinical reasons, considerable interest in the study of father-child relationships has emerged in the last decade.
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This study explores parental play engagement in the co-occupation of parent-child play in the natural setting in which it occurs and in the everyday family life. An occupational science’s perspective was adopted for approaching parental engagement and a phenomenological research design was used to address the purpose of the study.
Two families participated in the study, each with one child. Why Siblings Matter: The Role of Brother and Sister Relationships in Development and Well-Being - CRC Press Book. Many people grow up with at least one sibling.
These siblings are often ‘fellow travellers’ through adversity or significant life events; they can act as a source of support for some children while a source of conflict for others. It is also important to study fathers in non-traditional settings, such as stay-at-home fathers, nonbiological fathers (e.g., stepfathers) or single fathers, in order to understand unique risk factors that may increase the risk for paternal PPD.
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