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tavakoli E, pezeshk S, hashemi azar J, delavar A, sarami G. Effectivness of skill training program based on Neuro- Dramatic Plays on Infants’ Mental Health. Journal title 2017; 10 (4) :45-62
URL: http://rph.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2743-en.html
1- allameh tabatabai , elhamtavakoli1988@gmail.com
2- allameh tabatabai
3- kharazmi university
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To examine the impacts of a skill training program based on neuro- dramatic plays in attachment theory framework on infant mental health, 90 pregnant mothers were selected and randomly were divided into three groups: prenatal and postnatal group (30), postnatal group (30) and control group (30). Inclusion criteria in were maternal mental health, mothers’ age (20-35), mothers’ education (diploma-Ph.D.) and being first time mother. Infant mental health was evaluated when the infants were 6-month old using ADBB and an interview based on 0-3. Of the sample, 33% of postnatal group and 40% of control group had some signs of danger in ADBB; however the prenatal and postnatal group hadn’t any symptom. The results were consistent to interviews. As predicted, educating mothers to play and response to their infants from pregnancy could be an effective intervention on their infants’ mental health. It seemed neurodramatic plays could be an appropriate and effective treatment that could be enriched parenting training manuals and early preventions interventions for infants. 

Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/10/16 | Accepted: 2017/02/25 | Published: 2017/03/11

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