Parenthood and Mental Health : A Bridge Between Infant and Adult Psychiatry
Référence bibliographique 
Tyano, Sam, Keren, Miri, Hermann, Helen et Cox, John. 2010. Parenthood and Mental Health : A Bridge Between Infant and Adult Psychiatry. Chichester (Royaume-Unis): Wiley-Blackwell.
Intentions : «Good enough parenting has never seemed more difficult nor more important. This volume promises to enhance our understanding of all that we know and all that we need to learn about this most vital human endeavor.» (p. xx)
Échantillon/Matériau : Données documentaires diverses
Type de traitement des données : Réflexion critique
«Across all culture, parenting is the foundation of family life. It is the domain where adult mental health meat infant development. Beginning in pregnancy, parenting involves many conscious and unconscious processes which have recently been shown to affect a child’s development significantly. This book focuses on pregnancy and the first year of life, providing a thorough account of the points of encounter between adult and infant psychiatry. In a fresh and comprehensive way, it summarizes knowledge about early parenting, including a critical analysis of parenting, what it means to be a “good enough parent”, and its relationship to infant, parent and family outcomes. In addition to the psychiatric dimension, the book emphasizes the biological aspects of parenting, parental psychopathology and normal and abnormal infant development.» (quatrième de couverture)
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