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Title: Family in the context of prenatal psychology and education
Authors: Kornas-Biela, Dorota
Keywords: prenatal psychology; prenatal community; prenatal communication; dyad mother-prenatal child
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Towarzystwo Słowaków w Polsce, Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave
Citation: "Acta Psychologica Tyrnaviensia", 2012, Vol. 15-16, s. 26-36
Abstract: The article deals with specific family issues from the perspective of prenatal psychology and education. The personalistic paradigm is highlighted according to which a prenatal child is declared as an active family member who communicates with its environment. The conception of a child also initiates a developmental situation for the parents as "being two in one body" initiates physiological, mental, social and spiritual changes. The child should be considered as a gift for the parents, but also the parents are a gift for the child. The specific prenatal child-parents union is the first experience of a community for the human being, which shapes one’s relation with oneself and others for the whole life to come.
ISBN: 978-83-7490-511-4
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