Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 1, 1983: Focus on by Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN

By Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN

Now coming into its moment decade of e-book, this landmark sequence attracts jointly and significantly experiences all of the current study in particular components of nursing perform, nursing care supply, nursing schooling, and the occupation of nursing.

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Kennell, J. H. Maternal attachment, importance of the first post-partum days. New England Journal of Medicine, 1972, 286, 460-463. Klaus, M. , & Kennell, J. H. Mothers separated from their newborns. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 1970,77, 1015-1037. , & Knudtson, F. Extra tactile stimulation of the premature infant. Nuring Research, 1975, 24, 324-334. Malloy, G. The relationship between maternal and musical auditory stimulation and the developmental behavior of premature infants. In G.

Fears of death, mutilation, pain, and abandonment were identified by Stoll (1969) in a study of three schoolage girls hospitalized for treatment of severe burns. Descriptive data were obtained for both the Kueffner and the Stoll studies by participant observation with small convenience samples of children 5 to 10 years of age. Kueffner included a careful description of the research process; that was missing from Stoll's work. Kueffner's research was an excellent example of the interface of research, practice, and theory building in nursing.

Westra and Martin (1981) reported a study of the children of abused mothers. They found these children demonstrated more aggression than other children, impaired cognitive abilities, delays in verbal development, and poor motor abilities. The authors suggested that the children may be affected by the altered family structure and function and acquire patterns of behavior through observing the passivity of the mother and aggression of the father. Alternatively, they proposed that children inhibit autonomous ego functions such as language, learning, or motor skills when faced with an externally dangerous environment.

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