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  1. [해외논문]   ISSUE INFORMATION – TOC  


    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 367 - 370 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   INTERFACING INFANT MENTAL HEALTH KNOWLEDGE: PERSPECTIVES OF SOUTH AFRICAN SUPERVISORS SUPPORTING LAY MOTHER–INFANT HOME VISITORS  

    Bain, Katherine (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) , Baradon, Tessa (Anna Freud Centre, United Kingdom and University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 371 - 384 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT This article is part of a project investigating the interfacing of clinically and research‐generated knowledge in the field of infant mental health (IMH) with local cultural models of child care and development. The article explores the experiences and challenges reported by psychology‐trained supervisors in supervision with local, lay, trained home visitors. Supervisors and supervisees were drawn from two early intervention programs which apply relational IMH mental health models in socioeconomically deprived townships in South Africa. Literature that considers supervisors’ experiences of conducting supervision with lay counselors has been limited, and even more so in settings where there are marked cultural and contextual differences between supervisors and supervisees. These differences pose particular challenges regarding the finding of a shared theoretical understanding of the work as well as to the establishment of a secure working alliance. While it was found that psychoanalytic and attachment‐informed theories of infant development are applicable in these South African settings, differences in race, language, education, socioeconomic status, and culture between supervisors and supervisees challenge the supervisor–supervisee relationship and require psychological processing and creative solutions to ensure integrity in the application of the model.

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  3. [해외논문]   IMPACT OF REFLECTIVE SUPERVISION ON EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTIONISTS' PERCEPTIONS OF SELF‐EFFICACY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND JOB STRESS  

    Frosch, Cynthia A. (University of North Texas ) , Varwani, Zubeda (University of Texas at Dallas ) , Mitchell, Julia (University of Texas at Dallas ) , Caraccioli, Celia (University of Texas at Dallas ) , Willoughby, Matthew (University of Texas at Dallas)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 385 - 395 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Despite widespread recognition of the importance of reflective practice in the field of infant mental health, little quantitative research exists regarding the impact of reflective supervision on professionals’ self‐efficacy, job satisfaction, and work‐related stress. Thirty‐three early childhood interventionists received approximately 9 months of reflective supervision and completed pre‐ and post‐assessments of their job‐related stress and self‐efficacy using a modified version of the Reflective Supervision Self‐Efficacy Scales for Supervisees (S. Shea, S. Goldberg, & D.J. Weatherston, 2012). At the post‐assessment, participants also rated their overall experience of reflective supervision. Reported self‐efficacy increased significantly from pre‐ to post‐assessment, and participants reported a positive overall impact of reflective supervision with respect to a variety of indices, such as job satisfaction, professional development, and the ability to cope with job‐related stress. These results provide necessary quantitative data demonstrating a positive impact of reflective supervision on early childhood professionals and suggest the value of reflective supervision for supporting workforce development.

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  4. [해외논문]   A THERAPEUTIC PLAYGROUP FOR DEPRESSED MOTHERS AND THEIR INFANTS: FEASIBILITY STUDY AND PILOT RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF COMMUNITY HUGS  

    Ericksen, Jennifer (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia) , Loughlin, Elizabeth (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia) , Holt, Charlene (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia) , Rose, Natalie (Melbourne Children's Trial Centre, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia) , Hartley, Eliza (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia) , Buultjens, Melissa (La Trobe University ) , Gemmill, Alan W. (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia) , Milgrom, Jeannette (Parent‐Infant Research Institute, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia and University of Melbourne)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 396 - 409 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Symptoms of depression negatively impact on mother−infant relationships and child outcomes. We evaluated a novel, 10‐session mother−infant therapeutic playgroup—Community HUGS (CHUGS)—which combines cognitive and experiential components through psychoeducation, play, music, and movement. Participants were mothers experiencing a range of postnatal mental health difficulties, including depression, with infants ≤12 months of age. However, the aim was not to treat maternal depression but to ameliorate associated problems in the mother−infant interaction. In the feasibility study, all participants received CHUGS. In the pilot randomized controlled trial (RCT), participants were randomized between intervention and a wait‐list. Outcomes were the Parenting Stress Index (PSI; R.R. Abidin, 1995), Parenting Sense of Competency Scale (Self‐Efficacy subscale; J. Gibaud‐Wallston & L.P. Wandersman, 1978), and the Depression, Anxiety, Stress Scales (P.F. Lovibond & S.H. Lovibond, 1995). In the feasibility study ( n = 74), PSI scores dropped on all subscales, all p s p p = .01, stress, p = .01, and self‐efficacy, p p p p = .005, and stress, p n = 16), as compared to wait‐list participants ( n = 15). The CHUGS program had high participant satisfaction and produced improvements in self‐efficacy, depression, anxiety, stress, and mother−infant interactions that supported the program's acceptability and the utility of further rollout.

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  5. [해외논문]   OBSERVATION AND COMPARISON OF MEALTIME BEHAVIORS IN A SAMPLE OF CHILDREN WITH AVOIDANT/RESTRICTIVE FOOD INTAKE DISORDERS AND A CONTROL SAMPLE OF CHILDREN WITH TYPICAL DEVELOPMENT  

    Aldridge, Victoria K. (De Montfort University and University College London ) , Dovey, Terence M. (Brunel University ) , El Hawi, Nicole (Brunel University ) , Martiniuc, Antonie (Brunel University ) , Martin, Clarissa I. (Midlands Psychology, The Hayes, Stafford Staffordshire, United Kingdom) , Meyer, Caroline (University of Warwick and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust Coventry, United Kingdom)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 410 - 422 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Despite widespread use of behavioral observations to evaluate child feeding behaviors in research and clinical practice, few studies have comprehensively characterized mealtimes or identified features that differentiate children with and without disordered feeding; these were the aims of the current study. Mealtime observations were conducted for 18 children with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) and 21 typically developing children. Observations were coded inductively, and associations between disorder and observed mealtime actions were examined. Most behaviors were observed across both clinical and nonclinical mealtimes, and many did not differ in frequency between children with and without ARFID. However, significant group differences were observed in the frequencies of behaviors relating to food intake, visual and physical engagement with feeding, and movement during mealtimes. The comparability of behaviors across clinical and nonclinical groups suggests that eating behaviors exist on a continuum from “normal” to “abnormal,” with group differences relating to frequency rather than type of behavior. The behavioral differences observed in this study suggest that identification of children with ARFID should focus on child engagement with food and restlessness during mealtimes. Reliance on emotional and escape‐maintained behaviors will lead to underrecognition of families in need of clinical support.

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  6. [해외논문]   UNDERSTANDING PARENTING STRESS AND CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS AMONG HOMELESS, SUBSTANCE‐ABUSING MOTHERS  

    Wu, Qiong (The Ohio State University ) , Slesnick, Natasha (The Ohio State University ) , Murnan, Aaron (The Ohio State University)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 423 - 431 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT This article tested a model of parenting stress as a mediator between maternal depressive symptoms, emotion regulation, and child behavior problems using a sample of homeless, substance‐abusing mothers. Participants were 119 homeless mothers (ages 18–24 years) and their young children (ages 0–6 years). Mothers responded to questions about their depressive symptoms, emotion regulation, parenting stress, and child behavior problems. A path analysis showed that maternal depressive symptoms were positively associated with child behavior problems through increased parenting stress whereas maternal cognitive reappraisal was negatively associated with child behavior problems through decreased parenting stress. Moreover, maternal expressive suppression was negatively related to child externalizing problems. Findings support the parenting stress theory and highlight maternal parenting stress as a mechanism associated with homeless children's mental health risk. This study has significant implications for understanding the parenting processes underlying child's resilience in the context of homelessness and maternal substance use.

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  7. [해외논문]   CAREGIVER SENSITIVITY AND CONSISTENCY AND CHILDREN'S PRIOR FAMILY EXPERIENCE AS CONTEXTS FOR EARLY DEVELOPMENT WITHIN INSTITUTIONS  

    Hawk, Brandi N. (University of California, Davis ) , Mccall, Robert B. (University of Pittsburgh ) , Groark, Christina J. (University of Pittsburgh ) , Muhamedrahimov, Rifkat J. (St. Petersburg State University ) , Palmov, Oleg I. (St. Petersburg State University ) , Nikiforova, Natalia V. (Baby Home 13, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 432 - 448 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT The current study addressed whether two institution‐wide interventions in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, that increased caregiver sensitivity (Training Only: TO) or both caregiver sensitivity and consistency (Training plus Structural Changes: T+SC) promoted better socioemotional and cognitive development than did a No Intervention (NoI) institution during the first year of life for children who were placed soon after birth. It also assessed whether having spent less than 9 versus 9 to 36 months with a family prior to institutionalization was related to children's subsequent socioemotional and cognitive development within these three institutions. The Battelle Developmental Inventory (J. Newborg, J.R. Stock, L. Wnek, J. Guidubaldi, & J. Svinicki, 1988) was used to assess the socioemotional and cognitive functioning of children in NoI ( n = 95), TO ( n = 104), and T+SC ( n = 86) at two to three time points during their first 6 to 12 months of residency. Results suggest that improving caregiver sensitivity can improve the cognitive development of infants in the first year of institutionalization whereas improving caregiver consistency in addition to sensitivity is more beneficial for socioemotional development than is sensitivity alone. Similarly, for children in T+SC, longer time with a family prior to institutionalization (consistent caregiver, unknown sensitivity) was associated with better socioemotional, but not cognitive, baseline scores and more rapid cognitive than socioemotional development during institutionalization. These results suggest caregiver sensitivity is more highly related to cognitive development whereas caregiver consistency is more related to socioemotional development in the first years of life.

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  8. [해외논문]   ROLE OF FIRST‐YEAR MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT AND PATERNAL INVOLVEMENT IN BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN  

    Im, Youngjo (University of Chicago ) , Vanderweele, Tyler J. (Harvard University)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 449 - 465 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Drawing on economic models of child development and attachment relationship perspectives, this study examined the effect of maternal employment in the first year after childbirth on subsequent behavioral and cognitive development in low‐income children. Analyses of data from the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods ( N = 411) revealed that despite the accompanying family income gains, maternal employment in the first year after childbirth adversely affected caregiver‐reported internalizing and externalizing behavior problems of Hispanic, Black, and White children at ages 3 and 5 years. This study also examined how paternal participation in childcare might affect children's outcomes. Results indicate that greater paternal participation eased the adverse impacts of maternal employment on internalizing behavior problems. There was no evidence that maternal employment was associated with children's memory cognitive functioning or that paternal involvement moderated children's cognitive development. These findings suggest that when early intervention programs are designed to assist low‐income families, enhancing supports (e.g., paternal involvement or parental leave) for working mothers during their child's first year may be valuable for young children's healthy development.

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  9. [해외논문]   DEPLOYMENT STATUS: A DIRECT OR INDIRECT EFFECT ON MOTHER–CHILD ATTACHMENT WITHIN A CANADIAN MILITARY CONTEXT?  

    Tupper, Rachel (University of Ottawa ) , Bureau, Jean‐ (University of Ottawa ) , Franç (Université) , ois (du Québec à) , St‐ (Trois‐Rivières) , Laurent, Diane
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 466 - 477 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Research has suggested that military spouses experience increased depressive symptoms and parenting stress during a military member's deployment. A relationship between maternal depressive symptoms, parenting stress, and child attachment security has been found in the general population, as has an indication that social support may provide a buffering effect. While there appears to be an association between the emotional well‐being of military spouses and child emotional well‐being during deployment, data are limited regarding the association between maternal emotional well‐being and child attachment security. The current study explores the association between deployment status and child attachment to the nonmilitary parent (i.e., the mother in this study) in a sample of 68 Canadian military families. Results revealed a significant impact of deployment status on maternal depressive symptoms and on quality of child attachment. The impact of deployment status on attachment was not mediated through the maternal variables, and despite a main effect of social support on the maternal variables, there was no moderating effect. Thus, our results suggest that deployment may affect child attachment independently of maternal well‐being.

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  10. [해외논문]   IS REFLECTIVE SUPERVISION ENOUGH? AN EXPLORATION OF WORKFORCE PERSPECTIVES  

    Eaves Simpson, Tanika (University of Connecticut ) , Robinson, Joann L. (University of Connecticut ) , Brown, Edna (University of Connecticut)
    Infant mental health journal v.39 no.4 ,pp. 478 - 488 , 2018 , 0163-9641 ,

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    ABSTRACT Infant mental health practice requires the performance of intense emotional labor. Professionals comprising the infant mental health (IMH) field are largely women at seminal points in adult life‐span development. The purpose of this article is to explore the day‐to‐day challenges faced by clinical infant mental health professionals and their perspectives on the supports available for effective job performance. We review reflective supervision as a long‐cherished professional support in the IMH field designed to hold the practitioner's fears, worries, and ambivalence, so that she may return to the work fortified to remain in therapeutic alliance with families despite unsolvable problems and an unknowable future (Weatherston, D., 2009). Yet, we propose that reflective supervision alone may not be an adequate protective measure for a workforce performing intensive emotional labor for extended periods and therefore at potentially increased risk for burnout and high turnover (Hochschild, A.R. ; C. Maslach, , C.M. Brotheridge & A.A. Grandey, 2009; A.S. Wharton, ). We suggest that structural factors concerning organizational culture, flexibility in scheduling, and professional growth and versatility bear deeper examination for their merits in supporting the IMH workforce. Finally, we contend that the overrepresentation of women in practitioner positions in IMH leaves an empirical gap where little is known about the experience of male IMH practitioners and the ramifications of their performance of emotional labor.

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