Sep 1, 1995

Maternal directiveness and infant compliance at one year of age: a comparison between mothers and their developmentally-delayed infants and mothers and their nondelayed infants

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines
D LiebermanS Harel

Abstract

Maternal directiveness and infant compliance at one year of age were observed in social interactions between mothers and their handicapped and nonhandicapped infants. Eleven nondelayed, typically developing infants, and nine developmentally delayed infants, matched for chronological age, were observed in a free play situation with their mothers. Mothers of the delayed infants attempted to direct their children's play significantly more than those with nondelayed infants, and they engaged more frequently in social play involving physical contact with their infants. Nondelayed infants complied with their mothers' directives more than the developmentally delayed infants. Further study of infant capabilities and maternal affect and behaviors with this age group is suggested.

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Developmentally Delayed
Personality Assessment
Puppets
Child Development Disorders, Specific
Developmental Disabilities
Physically Challenged
Collaboration
Maternal Care Patterns
Mother-Infant Interaction
Disabled Persons

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