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|Title: ||ミラーリングプログラム試行と母子の変化について ： プログラム参加に対する母親の感想事例から読み取れる効果|
|Other Titles: ||An attempt at mirroring program and developmental change in the mothers and their infants : Effects of the mirroring program read from the mothers’ description from the interview|
|Authors: ||井手, 裕子|
mother and child relationship
effect of mirroring program
|Issue Date: ||28-Dec-2016|
|Citation: ||名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科紀要. 心理発達科学. v.63, 2016, p.73-82|
|Abstract: ||The aim of this study is to consider the effects of the mirroring program on mothers and their infants. The definition of the mirroring is becoming synchronized with emotional conditions of infants and reflecting them like a mirror. It is considered to serve an important role in encouraging infants to increase their self-awareness, offering functions of giving feedback, controlling emotions, maintaining communication, and sharing feelings. During the language development period, imitation by their mothers would enhance the infants’ understanding of the language their mothers use and nurturing their socialites. On the basis of precedence knowledge, the program of maternal affect mirroring was created and carried out. The subjects were 79 mothers whose infants were from 10-month-old to three-year-old, who visited childcare centers with their infants. In the program, the mothers were instructed to try affect mirroring (commentary, representation, attention, and imitation) with their infants for one week, and then the mothers were interviewed whether the frequencies of their mirroring actions were increasing, some changes in their infants and mothers themselves. In addition, they were asked how their infants react and the content of the changes. The significant results by c 2-square statistic were shown below. 82% of the mothers said the number of the mirroring actions was increased, 59% of the mothers said that they saw some changes in their infants, and 95% of the mothers said that they saw some changes in themselves. With respect to the infants’ reaction, mothers who responded that their infants were willing to participate in the mirroring actions were 75%. As to the changes, 65% of the mothers mentioned the number of their infants’ vocabularies was expanded. Also 75% of the mothers remarked that they started to look at their infants more carefully, and 65% of the mothers said that they noticed some developmental changes in their infants, and reviewed their own child parenting style. In the conclusion, the effect of the mirroring program is considered to be the result from the maternal affect mirroring and their infants’ response to it, which inspires the language development of the infants.|
|Appears in Collections:||名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科紀要. 心理発達科学|
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