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PARENT - CHILD INTERACTION: DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

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 Start Page 82 | End Page 82

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 In this article the literature of parent-child interaction is briefly discussed. This article shows how different aspects of parent-child interation, and the normal or psychopathological outcomes are developed. This subject is explained from the vantage point of psychoanalysis, ego psychology, and contextualism approach. Research evidences converge to support that parent-child interaction plays a crucial role in child's cognitive and socioemotional development. Despite some similarities and differences between mother's and father's interactions with their children, their cognitive-emotional presence with the child is vital for a secure development. A healthy interaction is a two-way relationship, in which both dyads are involved and affect each other. Lewis and Lee-panter (1974) suggest three models that display the different levels, and complications of mother-child interaction. Finally, we have shown that during adolescence, parent-child interaction is again strong, and plays an important role in life.

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