|Titolo:||Modelli operativi interni e psicopatologia delle madri nel quadro clinico dell'anoressia infantile: uno studio sui fattori di rischio nella relazione madre-bambino|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Citazione:||Modelli operativi interni e psicopatologia delle madri nel quadro clinico dell'anoressia infantile: uno studio sui fattori di rischio nella relazione madre-bambino / LUCARELLI L; SPERANZA A M. - XXXIII:2(2014), pp. 134-150.|
|Abstract:||The authors present a review of clinical and research works on Infantile Anorexia (IA), defined by the revision of the Diagnostic Classification: 0-3. Research results are also reported in relation to a sample of 96 dyads, of which 37 mothers and their children (mean age=23.8 mesi) with a diagnosis of IA, 27 mothers at depressive risk and their children without diagnosis of IA (mean age=18.3) and 32 mothers of control and their children (M=17.2) without diagnosis of IA with the following objectives: a) to evidence the frequency of insecure, unresolved for Loss/Trauma, and cannot classify attachments in the mothers of children with a diagnosis of IA with respect to the mothers at depressive risk and to the group of control; c) to evaluate the differences in the psychopathological profile of the mothers in relation to the three groups investigated; c) to evidence the effects of the variables of insecure, unresolved for Loss/Trauma, cannot classify attachments, and the maternal psychopathological symptoms on the severity of the child malnutrition. Results have shown interesting data and, confirming previous literature studies, have pointed out insecure/disorganized attachment models and unresolved experiences for Loss or Trauma of the mothers are significantly associated to Infantile Anorexia and, in particular, to the degree of the severity of the malnutrition in their children. Implications and limitations of the study are discussed, emphasizing the importance of evaluating the caregiving system functioning models for the formulation of a diagnosis and of strategies for targeted and effective intervention.|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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