A PROPOSAL FOR SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME PREVENTION PROGRAMS: DO MORE PLAYERS SUCH AS NEUROPSYCHOLOGISTS AND NEUROSURGEONS NEED TO COLLABORATE IN ORDER TO PREVENT THIS PHENOMENON?
Published: 25 December 2022
Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century , Volume 16, pp 56-57; https://doi.org/10.33225/ppc/22.16.56
Abstract: More specifically, these two groups (neuropsychologists and neurosurgeons) are of extreme importance for such intervention programs, as they are those professionals who specialize on the dangers of specific parent behaviors-actions on infant-child brain/physical health, as well as on the cognitive and psychological consequences of parents’ behaviors. Thus, these professionals are those who know firsthand what information is crucial to be given to parents (current and/or future) through education programs, and can target, for example, at parents of newborn infants and how they may better understand how anger management and other violent behaviors (intentional and/or unintentional) can have medical and psychological consequences both for their children and themselves. Especially, parents have to understand how learning and behavior are related to brain development, and how the normal course of this development is affected by what they do or what they do not do.
Keywords: behaviors / children / extreme / psychological consequences / professionals who / NEUROSURGEONS / NEUROPSYCHOLOGISTS / infants
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