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Title: Models of self in families of people with spina bifida
Other Titles: Modelos de self em famílias de pessoas com espinha bífida
Modelos de self en familias de prsonas con espina bífida
metadata.dc.creator: FREIRE, Viviam Rafaela Barbosa Pinheiro
VALENTE, Mário Diego Rocha
PONTES, Fernando Augusto Ramos
SILVA, Simone Souza da Costa
KAPPLER, Christoph de Oliveira
Keywords: Medula espinhal
Relações familiares
Representações de si
Representaciones del si mismo
Spinal cord
Family relationships
Issue Date: Dec-2017
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: FREIRE, Viviam Rafaela Barbosa Pinheiro et al. Models of self in families of people with spina bifida. Paidéia (Ribeirão Preto), v. 27, n. 68, p. 1-9, Sep./Dec. 2017. DOI: Disponível em: Acesso em:.
Abstract: Models of self reveal cultural views regarding the competences that children should acquire, and these views tend to be shared by people within the same environment. Thus, this study aims to evaluate the models of self in families of people with spina bifida. Seventeen caregivers answered an online questionnaire containing socio-demographic questions and three scales of self: autonomous, related and autonomous-related. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and techniques of multivariate analysis. The main results indicate that the most valued model of self was the autonomous-related model, reflecting the desire that children develop autonomy as well as interpersonal relationships. Such a model, however, is distinct from that of family groups of people with typical development living in the same cultural environment, indicating the need for families of people with spina bifida to receive support to reach their developmental goals.
ISSN: 1982-4327
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