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Magaly Nóblega

Patricia Bárrig

Lourdes Gabriela Conde

Juan Nuñez del Prado

Olga Alicia Carbonell

Grupo ATI ATI

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Resumen

La relación entre el cuidado materno (sensibilidad) y la seguridad del apego del niño (conducta de base segura) ha sido corroborada en diferentes contextos y edades. Sin embargo, existe ausencia de estudios que la hayan estudiado antes del primer año de vida. La presente investigación analizó esta relación en un grupo de 32 madres peruanas de 19 a 44 años de nivel socioeconómico bajo y sus hijos de 8 a 10 meses. La sensibilidad fue evaluada a través del Q-sort del Comportamiento Materno (MBQS; Pederson & Moran, 1995) y la seguridad del apego mediante el Q-sort del Apego (Waters, 1995). Los resultados muestran que existe una relación directa y significativa entre ambas y que las separaciones físicas juegan un rol importante en esta relación.

Keywords

Conducta de base segura, primer año de vida, sensibilidad materna, separaciones tempranassecure base behavior, first year of life, maternal sensitivity, early separations

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