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Deficiência mental e família: uma análise da produ??o científica
Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;Silva, Nara Liana Pereira;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2000000200003
Abstract: the literature on mental deficiency has increased in the recent years, although it is still scarce. this study aims to analyse abstracts of scientific publications in the mental deficiency and family area, from 1985 to 1999, focusing on research themes, size of samples, and techniques used for data collection. this analysis was based on the following sources: psychological abstracts, psyclit, proquest and some of the main brazilian jounals of psychology. we found 304 publications directly related to this subject classified into research articles (38%), theoretical and review articles (21 %), books and books chapters (20,4%), master's theses and doctoral dissertations (10%), and technical notes and reviews of books (7,2%). the results show us that 44% of the research articles employed only one technique for data collection, mainly behaviour observation. we conclude that it is necessary to study families of mental retardation children focusing on social interactions and relationships among different family subsystems. in addition, it could be very helpful to implement research adopting bronfenbrenner's ecological systems theory to better understand the family development of mental retardation children.
Deficiência mental e família: implica??es para o desenvolvimento da crian?a
Silva, Nara Liana Pereira;Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722001000200005
Abstract: the history of the concept of mental retardation has been associated with socio-economic and man conceptions from a specific society. in this article, we present some reflections related to the conception of mental retardation and the importance of social environment for the development of handicapped children, as well as the dynamic and functioning of families with mentally retarded children. the understanding of these three aspects and their connections with each other are the base to promote the psychological health and well-being of these children and their families. we conclude that it is necessary to implement research projects on family dynamics adopting appropriate concepts of mental retardation and family.
Crian?as com síndrome de Down e suas intera??es familiares
Silva, Nara Liana Pereira;Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722003000300009
Abstract: disabled children exert strong impact on the families' dynamic that need to be better investigated. this study aims to a) describe some aspects of the down syndrome children's development and family life according to parents and b) identify the patterns of family interaction, emphasising the parent-child subsystems. six families consisting of father, mother and preschool child with down syndrome were selected: to participate in this study. a questionnaire was answered by mothers and semi-structured interviews by mothers and fathers, separately. eighteen behaviour observations were conducted in the families' residence consisting of 171 minutes of video recording of free home activity sessions. the results show that the activities were carried out by family members with predominance of the "joint participation". the family interactions were developed in a "synchronised" way, with "supervision", "leadership", and "friendship". our data suggest the need of focusing on the role of the father in order to better understand the functioning of down syndrome children's families.
Padr?es de intera??o genitores-crian?as com e sem síndrome de Down
Silva, Nara Liana Pereira;Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722006000200015
Abstract: literature about family interactions of down's syndrome children is scarce, especially regarding the father's involvement. this study compares the family interactions between two groups of pre-school children, one with down's syndrome and the other with a typical development, highlighting the continuities and changes in their styles of family interaction for a period of two years. ten families were visited in their homes and the child-mother, child-father, and child-mother-father interactions that developed during 'free activities' were recorded on video. 1050 minutes of video were analyzed by direct observation. the results show us that there are similarities but also differences in the frequency of activities, family member participation, and quality of parent-child interactions. and, that the families are dissimilar as to the patterns of stability and change, as time elapses. we suggest that it is very important to include the father and siblings in researches and to analyze the observational data considering the interactions of dyads, triads, and tetrads.
Deficiência mental e família: implica es para o desenvolvimento da crian a
Silva Nara Liana Pereira,Dessen Maria Auxiliadora
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2001,
Abstract: O conceito de deficiência mental possui uma história que esteve sempre muito próxima das concep es sócio-econ micas e de homem vigentes em uma determinada sociedade. Neste artigo, apresentamos algumas quest es para reflex o relativas à concep o de deficiência mental, à importancia do ambiente social para o desenvolvimento da crian a com deficiência mental e à dinamica e funcionamento de famílias com crian as deficientes. A compreens o desses três aspectos e de suas inter-rela es constitui a base para a promo o da saúde psicológica e o bem-estar destas crian as e de suas famílias. Concluímos que há necessidade de implementar projetos de pesquisa que focalizem a dinamica e o funcionamento familiar, adotando conceitos apropriados de deficiência mental e de família.
Children with Down syndrome and their family interactions / Crian as com síndrome de Down e suas intera es familiares
Nara Liana Pereira Silva,Maria Auxiliadora Dessen
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2003,
Abstract: Disabled children exert strong impact on the families' dynamic that need to be better investigated. This study aims to a) describe some aspects of the Down syndrome children's development and family life according to parents and b) identify the patterns of family interaction, emphasising the parent-child subsystems. Six families consisting of father, mother and preschool child with Down syndrome were selected: to participate in this study. A questionnaire was answered by mothers and semi-structured interviews by mothers and fathers, separately. Eighteen behaviour observations were conducted in the families' residence consisting of 171 minutes of video recording of free home activity sessions. The results show that the activities were carried out by family members with predominance of the "joint participation". The family interactions were developed in a "synchronised" way, with "supervision", "leadership", and "friendship". Our data suggest the need of focusing on the role of the father in order to better understand the functioning of Down syndrome children's families.
Patterns of interaction between parents and their children with and without Down syndrome / Padr es de intera o genitores-crian as com e sem síndrome de Down
Nara Liana Pereira Silva,Maria Auxiliadora Dessen
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2006,
Abstract: Literature about family interactions of Down's syndrome children is scarce, especially regarding the father's involvement. This study compares the family interactions between two groups of pre-school children, one with Down's syndrome and the other with a typical development, highlighting the continuities and changes in their styles of family interaction for a period of two years. Ten families were visited in their homes and the child-mother, child-father, and child-mother-father interactions that developed during 'free activities' were recorded on video. 1050 minutes of video were analyzed by direct observation. The results show us that there are similarities but also differences in the frequency of activities, family member participation, and quality of parent-child interactions. And, that the families are dissimilar as to the patterns of stability and change, as time elapses. We suggest that it is very important to include the father and siblings in researches and to analyze the observational data considering the interactions of dyads, triads, and tetrads.
O psicólogo no processo de interven??o da política nacional de humaniza??o
Romero, Norma Susana;Pereira-Silva, Nara Liana;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000200014
Abstract: as a way to give effect to the principles, basis and guidelines proposed by sus in the daily practices of care and management, in 2003 the brazilian ministry of health created the national policy of humanization. whereas advocating this policy, this paper aims to problematize the place of the psychologist in the management of a public hospital in brasilia. it discusses the importance of the psychologist's education, which must be guided in a theoretical framework allowing the practice as more committed to the institutions/organizations of public health contextualized culturally, socially, politically and economically with the reality of our population.
Rela??es conjugais e parentais: uma compara??o entre famílias de classes sociais baixa e média
Braz, Marcela Pereira;Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;Silva, Nara Liana Pereira;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722005000200002
Abstract: it is important to study the interrelatedness between marital and parental relationships in order to understand children's social adjustment and development. therefore, this study aims to describe aspects of the quality of marital and parental relationships from brazilian working and middle class families. fourteen families consisting of father, mother, and target preschool children at the age of 4-5 years were selected to participate in this study. a questionnaire on social-demographic data, family structure, lifestyles, and division of home tasks was answered by mothers. a semi-structured interview was conducted with mothers and fathers, separately, including questions on marital satisfaction, conflict, coalition, values and beliefs on marriage and parenting, and their influence on parents-child interactions. the results indicate that a good marital relationship fosters sharing domestic tasks and childrearing practices between wives and husbands and promotes the development of security feelings in their children. the discussion is based on the differences between working and middle class families in terms of mutual influences between both kinds of relationships.
Crian?as com e sem síndrome de Down: valores e cren?as de pais e professores
Pereira-Silva, Nara Liana;Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Especial , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-65382007000300009
Abstract: parental and teacher values and beliefs permeate the care and socialization practices of children and are expressed in the daily activities that children engage in with their various caretakers. this study describes the values and beliefs of 10 families and 10 teachers in relation to some aspects of the development of children with and without down syndrome, such as motor development, academic performance, preparation for work, social and intimate relationships and expectation for the future. the families were composed of both parents and their offspring; five families had one child with down syndrome and the other five had all children with typical development. the data were collected in the families' homes and the parents participated in semi-structured interviews and answered a questionnaire about the characterization of the family system. the teachers were interviewed in their workplace. the results showed some differences in the values and beliefs reported by the parents of children with and without down syndrome, particularly in relation to the child's motor development. the teachers reported changes in the children's academic performance as well as in their social relationships. while the teachers of children with special educational needs expect long-term academic performance advances from the children with down syndrome, the teachers of children with typical development expect more immediate advances from them. the results indicate some similarities between the parents' and the teachers' beliefs; both groups understand that family support and involvement is crucial to the development of the children with down syndrome.
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