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ArtikelSevere Maternal Psychopathology and Infant-Mother Attachment  
Oleh: Melhuish, E.C. ; Kumar, R. ; Goossens, F.A. ; Hipwell, A. E.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Development and Psychopathology vol. 12 no. 2 (2000), page 157-176.
Topik: maternal health; infant - mother; attachment; severe maternal psychopathology
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Isi artikelEighty - two mother – infant dyads, comprising women with psychiatric disorder and individually matched controls, were followed up over the children's 1st year of life. The mothers with mental illness consisted of two subgroups : first, 25 severely mentally ill mothers who had been admitted to a psychiatric unit with their infants; and second, 16 mothers from a community sample meeting research diagnostic criteria for unipolar, nonpsychotic depression. With the exception of six dyads in the in - patient group, observations were made of the mother – infant interaction and the quality of the infant – mother attachment relationship at 12 months. The nature and course of the mothers' illness was also documented. Although few residual symptoms of maternal mental illness were detected at 1 year postpartum, interactional disturbances were evident among the case group dyads. A strong association was revealed between infant –mother attachment quality and maternal diagnosis : a manic episode of illness in the postpartum period was related to security in the attachment relationship, and psychotic or nonpsychotic depression was related to insecurity. Concurrent patterns of mother – infant interaction provided support for this finding.
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