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Long-Term Sequelae of Mothers' and Fathers' Mind-Mindedness in Infancy: A Developmental Path to Children's Attachment at Age 10

Title
Long-Term Sequelae of Mothers' and Fathers' Mind-Mindedness in Infancy: A Developmental Path to Children's Attachment at Age 10
Author
김상학
Keywords
mind-mindedness; parenting; attachment; longitudinal studies
Issue Date
2019-04
Publisher
AMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC
Citation
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, v. 55, NO 4, Page. 675-686
Abstract
Rapidly growing research on parental mind-mindedness, a tendency to treat one's young child as a psychological agent and an individual with a mind, internal mental states, and emotions, has demonstrated significant links among parents' mind-mindedness, their parenting, and multiple aspects of children's development. This prospective longitudinal study of 102 community mothers, fathers, and infants, followed from 7 months to 10 years, contributes to research on mind-mindedness by addressing several existing gaps and limitations. We examine mechanisms that account for associations between parents' early mind-mindedness and children's future attachment security, using robust behavioral measures. Teams of trained observers coded parents' mind-minded comments to their infants at 7 months during naturalistic interactions, parents' responsiveness in naturalistic interactions and in elicited imitation tasks at 15 months, and children's security, using Attachment Q-Set at 2 years and Iowa Attachment Behavioral Coding at 10 years. Sequential mediation analyses supported a model of a developmental path from parents' appropriate mind-minded comments in infancy to children's security at age 10. For mothers and children, the path was mediated first through responsiveness at 15 months and then security at 2 years. For fathers and children, the path was mediated through attachment security at 2 years. Parents' nonattuned mind-minded comments had no effects on responsiveness or security.
URI
https://access.hanyang.ac.kr/link.n2s?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edselc&AN=edselc.2-52.0-85058003609&lang=ko&site=eds-livehttps://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/110973
ISSN
0012-1649; 1939-0599
DOI
10.1037/dev0000660
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COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES[S](사회과학대학) > SOCIOLOGY(사회학과) > Articles
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