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Attachment is the emotional bond between the child and the parent.
John B. Watson
Handbook of Clinical Health Psychology pp Cite as. Pediatric psychology combines aspects of several disciplines in the delivery of health care to children and their families. This field came into existence primarily to fill an observed need: pediatric physicians are confronted with a large number of problems that require a comprehensive medical-psychological treatment approach. As a result of such demands in their actual practice, pediatricians are becoming cognizant of the emotional and psychological aspects of the problems they are called on to treat. Concomitantly, psychologists are discovering the varied types of psychopathology related to organic illnesses as well as the utility of behavioral interventions for some medical disorders.
Metrics details. This study aimed at exploring the needs of psychosocial support of parents of extremely premature infants, and how the NICU as an organization and its staff meets or fails to meet these needs. Inductive content analysis was performed. Four themes were identified: Emotional support with subthemes Empathic treatment by staff, Other parents as a unique source of support, Unclear roles of the various professions ; Feeling able to trust the health care provider; Support in balancing time spent with the infant and other responsibilities; Privacy. Parents were highly variable in their desire to discuss their emotional state with staff.
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An overview of the literature pertaining to the construct of emotional availability is presented, illustrated by a sampling of relevant studies. Methodological, statistical, and conceptual problems in the existing corpus of research are discussed, and suggestions for improving future investigations of this important construct are offered. Consider 3 studies of young infants and the implications they hold for early and enduring emotional relationships …. In a sample of adults, ages 25—74, from the U.
It is the subject matter of the discipline known as developmental psychology. Child psychology was the traditional focus of research, but since the midth century much has been learned about infancy and adulthood as well. A brief treatment of psychological development follows.