Forms and significance of the prenatal “attachment” for the mother and the child

Miloš Velemínský, Jr. 1,2, Miloš Velemínský, Sr. 1, Alžběta Šimečková 1
1University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Institute of Laboratory Diagnostics and Public Health, České Budějovice, Czech Republic 2Hospital České Budějovice, a. s., České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Korespondenční autor: Miloš Velemínský (veleminsky@zsf.jcu.cz)

ISSN 1804-7181 (On-line)

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Submitted:30. 10. 2018
Accepted: 26. 11. 2018
Published online: 31. 12. 2018

Summary

Prenatal psychology searches for answers to how a mother’s behaviour and reactions affect the psychological condition of her child. The goal of this article is focused on the significance and forms of the prenatal attachment and the ways of their realization. We used the method of content analysis of domestic and foreign documents. The data shows a close relationship between the prenatal and postnatal attachment. The relationship is based on emotional, tactile, vocal and sound, visual and auditory communication. The quality of the attachment is affected by a number of factors, such as a non-functional partnership, the relationship towards the expected child, the woman’s social situation and her total familiar psychosocial situation. There is evidence of the relationship between the prenatal bonding and the occurrence of depression in the woman. This data emphasizes the significance of the attachment. Studies show the influence of the prenatal attachment on the quality of the postnatal attachment.

Keywords: Attachment; Bonding; Communication; Depression; Prenatal psychology; Social situation

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