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Anknytning hos prematurt födda, uppföljda i ung vuxenålder

Blomberg, Kerstin (2008) PSPT01 20081
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Anknytningen är spädbarnets första relation. Hur den utformas har avgörande betydelse för personens alla mänskliga relationer livet igenom. Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka
hur anknytningen hade utvecklats hos för tidigt födda individer när de nått ung vuxenålder. Undersökningsgruppen bestod av 34 individer, varav 18 personer hade fötts extremt mycket för tidigt (dvs före graviditetsvecka 29) och 16 personer efter fullgången graviditet. Anknytningen bedömdes med Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), en semistrukturerad
intervjumetod för klassifikation av anknytning hos vuxna. Intervjun genomfördes när deltagarna var 18–19 år gamla. Resultatet visade att prematurgruppen hade signifikant fler otrygga individer än maturgruppen.... (More)
Anknytningen är spädbarnets första relation. Hur den utformas har avgörande betydelse för personens alla mänskliga relationer livet igenom. Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka
hur anknytningen hade utvecklats hos för tidigt födda individer när de nått ung vuxenålder. Undersökningsgruppen bestod av 34 individer, varav 18 personer hade fötts extremt mycket för tidigt (dvs före graviditetsvecka 29) och 16 personer efter fullgången graviditet. Anknytningen bedömdes med Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), en semistrukturerad
intervjumetod för klassifikation av anknytning hos vuxna. Intervjun genomfördes när deltagarna var 18–19 år gamla. Resultatet visade att prematurgruppen hade signifikant fler otrygga individer än maturgruppen. Dessutom framkom att maturgruppen hade betydligt
högre andel trygga individer än vad som enligt andra studier förväntas inom en normalpopulation. (Less)
Abstract
Attachment is the infant’s first relationship. The way it develops has a crucial influence on the person’s all human relationships throughout life. The aim of this study was to examine
how the attachment had developed in prematurely born individuals by young adult age. The participants were 34 individuals, of which 18 persons had been born extremely preterm (i.e. before 29 weeks of pregnancy) and 16 after fullterm pregnancy. Attachment was assessed through Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), a semi-structured interview for classification of attachment in adults. The interview was performed when the participants were 18–19 years old. The result showed that significantly more preterms had an insecure attachment. In addition, the terms had a... (More)
Attachment is the infant’s first relationship. The way it develops has a crucial influence on the person’s all human relationships throughout life. The aim of this study was to examine
how the attachment had developed in prematurely born individuals by young adult age. The participants were 34 individuals, of which 18 persons had been born extremely preterm (i.e. before 29 weeks of pregnancy) and 16 after fullterm pregnancy. Attachment was assessed through Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), a semi-structured interview for classification of attachment in adults. The interview was performed when the participants were 18–19 years old. The result showed that significantly more preterms had an insecure attachment. In addition, the terms had a considerably higher share of secure attachment than expected according to other studies. (Less)
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Blomberg, Kerstin
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PSPT01 20081
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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attachment, preterm, AAI, prematur, anknytning
language
Swedish
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1600002
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2010-05-06 15:38:17
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  abstract     = {Attachment is the infant’s first relationship. The way it develops has a crucial influence on the person’s all human relationships throughout life. The aim of this study was to examine
how the attachment had developed in prematurely born individuals by young adult age. The participants were 34 individuals, of which 18 persons had been born extremely preterm (i.e. before 29 weeks of pregnancy) and 16 after fullterm pregnancy. Attachment was assessed through Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), a semi-structured interview for classification of attachment in adults. The interview was performed when the participants were 18–19 years old. The result showed that significantly more preterms had an insecure attachment. In addition, the terms had a considerably higher share of secure attachment than expected according to other studies.},
  author       = {Blomberg, Kerstin},
  keyword      = {attachment,preterm,AAI,prematur,anknytning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Anknytning hos prematurt födda, uppföljda i ung vuxenålder},
  year         = {2008},
}