O estilo de reminiscência nas interações mãe-criança e pai-criança

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Rebelo, Ana Sofia Garcia; Maia, Joana Branco; Gatinho, Ana Rita dos Santos; Coelho, Leandra Marques; Torres, Nuno; Veríssimo, Manuela;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada
  • Subject: Memória autobiográfica | Sexo da criança | Estilo de reminiscência | Sex of child | Autobiographical memory | Figuras parentais | Reminiscing | Reminiscing style | Parental figures | Reminiscência

Nas últimas décadas, a investigação na área da reminiscência adulto-criança tem-se debruçado, essencial - mente, sobre a forma como as mães conversam sobre eventos passados com os seus filhos. Contudo, mais recentemente, os investigadores têm procurado compreender... View more
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