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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Efecto de la estimulación temprana en niños de 0 a 1 año y su retroalimentación en el vínculo afectivo con las madres: un estudio desde el enfoque de la teoría del apego
Autor : Ordóñez Novillo, Yanela Cristina
Tutor : Lew Bram, Lidia
Palabras clave : PSICOLOGÍA CLÍNICA;PSICOLOGÍA EVOLUTIVA;RELACIONES PADRES-HIJOS;VÍNCULO PADRES-HIJOS
Fecha de publicación : 2009
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2009.
Citación : Ordóñez Novillo, Y. C. (2009). Efecto de la estimulación temprana en niños de 0 a 1 año y su retroalimentación en el vínculo afectivo con las madres: un estudio desde el enfoque de la teoría del apego (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : El primer año de vida del niño está destinado a establecer mecanismos adaptativos y de supervivencia...
Descripción : The first year of the child's life is intended to establish adaptive and survival mechanisms. Early stimulation is an adequate tool that provides the opportunity to enhance the baby's capacities from an early age, taking advantage of the brain plasticity typical of this period in a harmonious environment provided by the mother, enjoying the experience of discovering together and strengthening that affective bond. unique and lasting between the two that will set the tone throughout the life of the child who will become an adult. On the other hand, the attachment theory of John Bowlby postulates that a secure attachment in the first years of life is the basis for establishing stable affective bonds in adulthood. Thus, the proposed objective that is stated: Early stimulation improves the mother-child bond, was developed theoretically and verified in direct observation and through the testimony of mothers who have passed and are going through this experience. Keywords: first year, early stimulation, attachment theory.
The first year of the child's life is intended to establish adaptive and survival mechanisms. Early stimulation is an adequate tool that provides the opportunity to enhance the baby's capacities from an early age, taking advantage of the brain plasticity typical of this period in a harmonious environment provided by the mother, enjoying the experience of discovering together and strengthening that affective bond. unique and lasting between the two that will set the tone throughout the life of the child who will become an adult. On the other hand, the attachment theory of John Bowlby postulates that a secure attachment in the first years of life is the basis for establishing stable affective bonds in adulthood. Thus, the proposed objective that is stated: Early stimulation improves the mother-child bond, was developed theoretically and verified in direct observation and through the testimony of mothers who have passed and are going through this experience. Keywords: first year, early stimulation, attachment theory.
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