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Vez med nosečnico in njenim nerojenim otrokom

Lucija Pavše, Nataša Tul Mandić in Vislava Globevnik Velikonja

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Povzetek: Vez med materjo in otrokom se začne vzpostavljati že pred rojstvom, se z napredovanjem nosečnosti krepi in je povezana s kvaliteto odnosa med materjo in otrokom po porodu. Kljub temu, da številni avtorji za opisovanje vedenj, čustev in zaznav, ki jih bodoča mati izraža do nerojenega otroka, uporabljajo izraz navezanost med materjo in plodom ali prenatalna navezanost, uporaba tega pojma ni ustrezna. Če upoštevamo Bowlbyevo in Ainsworthovo teorijo navezanosti, potem lahko odnos med materjo in nerojenim otrokom opišemo z vedenjskim sistemom skrbi. Namen prispevka je predstaviti dileme glede ustrezne terminologije, različne definicije, ocenjevalne lestvice ter dejavnike, ki so povezani z razvojem vezi med nosečnico in plodom. Ker je kvaliteta tega odnosa napovedni dejavnik številnih izidov za mati in otroka po porodu, morajo biti cilji prihodnjih raziskav usmerjeni v natančnejšo konceptualizacijo in definicijo pojma, v razvoj ustreznih merskih instrumentov ter v raziskovanje napovednih dejavnikov in dejavnikov tveganja.

Ključne besede: prenatalna navezanost, nosečnost, matere, vedenjski sistem skrbi


Citiraj:
Pavše, L., Tul Mandić N. in Globevnik Velikonja, V. (2017). Vez med nosečnico in njenim nerojenim otrokom [The bond between a mother and her unborn child]. Psihološka obzorja, 26, 1–7. https://doi.org/10.20419/2017.26.459


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