Estado mental de apego no resuelto, cuidado materno y seguridad del apego en dos diadas madre-hijo/a

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https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v14i2.2315

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representaciones de apego adulto, relaciones de apego, cuidado infantil, abuso físico

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El presente estudio busca describir las características de las representaciones de apego de dos madres clasificadas con un estado mental de apego no resuelto, así como las características particulares de la interacción con su hijo/a: la calidad de su cuidado y la seguridad del apego del niño/a. Para las representaciones se empleó la Entrevista de Apego Adulto, para evaluar el cuidado de las madres el Maternal Behavior Q-Set 2.1, y la seguridad en el apego del niño/a se evaluó a través del Attachment Q-Set 3.0. Los resultados muestran que a pesar de que ambas madres tienen un apego no resuelto en función a experiencias de abuso vividas en la infancia, la sub-clasificación (apego Seguro en un caso e Inseguro en otro) está asociada a diferencias en la manera de percibir y responder a las necesidades de su hijo/a y en la seguridad del apego de éstos últimos.

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2020-10-08

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Nóblega, M. ., Szteren, L. ., Marinelli, F. ., Bárrig-Jó, P. ., Núñez del Prado, J. ., & Conde, G. . (2020). Estado mental de apego no resuelto, cuidado materno y seguridad del apego en dos diadas madre-hijo/a. Ciencias Psicológicas, 14(2), e-2315. https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v14i2.2315

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