Podejście psychodynamiczne w psychologii prenatalnej
Rocznik: 2003 Tom: 9 Numer: 2
Prenatal psychology is a new and very rapidly developing area in current psychology, while psychoanalytical and psychodynamic approach is the leading trend. The purpose of this paper is to review the literature on such issues as: (1) the prenatal child's development: the Freudian's point of view; the Fetus' object theory; skin function, motor activity and sleep in prenatal development of the emergent self; prenatal consciousness and memory, (2) the womb as a mother's emotional container, mother – child relations; (3) birth trauma; (4) consequences of traumatic pre- and perinatal experiences on postnatal life. Concluding remarks present the psychodynamic approach to understanding of the prenatal period of human development and critical methodological reflection on it.