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  Different amounts of protest in 4-month-old infants of depressed vs. non-depressed mothers during face-to-face interaction
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Gufler, Sandra Rejnholdt1, Forfatter
Harder, Susanne 2, Vejleder
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1Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7001              
2Institut for Psykologi, Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7012              
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Ukontrollerede emneord: Postpartum depression, Regulation, Face-to-face interaction, Attachment, Protest, Developmental Psychopathology
 Abstract: Background: Three studies made up the background of the present study. One study reported a significant finding of a heightened amount of protest in 3-6-month-old infants of depressed mothers as compared to infants of non-depressed mothers. Two studies also found a heightened amount of protest in this group, but on a tendency level. To the authors knowledge, only one study shows a significantly heightened amount of protest in infants of depressed mothers.
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 Type: Speciale
Alternativ titel: An empirical and theoretical investigation
Alternativ titel: Forskellige mængder af protest hos 4 måneder gamle spædbørn af depressive vs. ikke-depressive mødre under face-to-face interaktion
Alternativ titel: En empirisk og teoretisk undersøgelse
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Sprog: English - eng
 Datoer: 2013-11-28
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 Publiceringsinfo: København : Københavns Universitet
 Indholdsfortegnelse: 1. INTRODUCTION1. INTRODUCTION 1. INTRODUCTION 1. INTRODUCTION 1. INTRODUCTION . 5
1.1 Definition of Protest and Vocal Protest. 6
1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest? 1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest? 1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest? 1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest? 1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest?1.2 Why Study Vocal Protest? 7
1.3 Postpartum Depression 7
1.4 Research Objectives 10
1.5 Structure 10
2. PART APART APART A PART A 11
2.1 An Overview of the Field: Relational Systems Perspectives . 11
2.1.1 The Emergence of Two Veins of Research . 13
2.1 An Overall Approach: The Developmental Psychopathology Perspective 14
2.2.1 Background: One-way Influence of Child Development 14
2.2.2 A Developmental Psychopathology Perspective on Development . 15
2.3 The Transactional Model of Development 16
2.4 Challenges Connected to the Developmental Psychopathology Perspective 18
2.5 Bidirectionality on a Micro-level: Studies of Mother-Infant Face-to-Face Interaction 19
2.6 Interpretation of a Heightened Level of Protest within the Face-to-Face Paradigm 20
2.6.1 The Early Regulatory Capabilities of the Infant . 21
2.6.2 The Importance of Regulation 22
2.6.3 Sensitivity towards Disruptions of the Regulation 23
2.6.4 Regulation and Protest are Associated 23
2.6.5 The Synchrony Model . 23
2.6.6 Disrupture and Repair as the Basic Interactional Pattern 24
2.6.7 The Transfer of Maternal Depression: Impaired Ability to Repair . 25
2.6.8 Two Types of Mothers, Different Amounts of Protest 26
3. PART B: THE STUDY3. PART B: THE STUDY 3. PART B: THE STUDY3. PART B: THE STUDY3. PART B: THE STUDY 3. PART B: THE STUDY3. PART B: THE STUDY 3. PART B: THE STUDY3. PART B: THE STUDY 3. PART B: THE STUDY . 28
4. PART C4. PART C 4. PART C4. PART C4. PART C 51
4.1 Framing of Attachment Theory . 51
4.2 Interpretation of Findings within an Attachment Framework . 52
4.2.1 Seeking Proximity through Attachment Behaviors to Ensure Survival 52
4.2.2 Protest as the most Conspicuous Attachment Behavior 52
4.2.3 The Adaptive Nature of Protest as an Attachment Behavior 53
4.2.4 The Emergence of Working Models . 53
4.2.5 Maternal Sensitivity and the Transmission Gap 53
4.2.6 Attachment Patterns and Protest . 54
4.3 Discussion between the two veins 58
4.3.1 Different Traditions of Foci 58
4.3.2 Heightened and Lowered Amounts of Protest 59
5. CONCLUSION5. CONCLUSION 5. CONCLUSION 5. CONCLUSION 5. CONCLUSION . 59
6. FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FUTURE IMPLICATIONSFUTURE IMPLICATIONS FUTURE IMPLICATIONSFUTURE IMPLICATIONSFUTURE IMPLICATIONS FUTURE IMPLICATIONSFUTURE IMPLICATIONSFUTURE IMPLICATIONS FUTURE IMPLICATIONS 62
REFERENCES REFERENCES REFERENCESREFERENCES 64
APPENDIX 1: CODING MAPPENDIX 1: CODING MAPPENDIX 1: CODING MAPPENDIX 1: CODING MAPPENDIX 1: CODING M APPENDIX 1: CODING M APPENDIX 1: CODING M APPENDIX 1: CODING MAPPENDIX 1: CODING M APPENDIX 1: CODING M APPENDIX 1: CODING MANUALANUALANUALANUALANUAL 74
APPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 2: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 2: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 2: SPSS OUT PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS 1 77
APPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 3: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 3: SPSS OUT APPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUTAPPENDIX 3: SPSS OUT PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSIS PUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSISPUT TABLES, ANALYSIS 2 79
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