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Characteristics of the disturbances of attachment of children living in different social environment types

Name
Gulshat
Surname
Idiatulina
Scientific organization
Saint Petersburg State University
Academic degree
Specialist
Position
Student
Scientific discipline
Humanities & Social sciences
Topic
Characteristics of the disturbances of attachment of children living in different social environment types
Abstract
The influence of two types of intervention on disturbances of attachment frequency and severity was studied. Structural changes and training were organized in the orphanage A, training only was provided in the orphanage B, the orphanage C received no intervention. Disturbances of attachment were assessed by using 'Disturbances of Attachment Interview'. According to the hypothesis, children from the orphanage A are supposed to show the least frequent and severe marks of disturbances of attachment, children from the orphanage C - the most, with the orphanage B in between.
Keywords
attachment, reactive attachment disorder, disinhibited social engagement disorder, restructurisation, early intervention
Summary

The results of the research will be presented at the conference. Structural changes and training were organized in the orphanage A, training only was provided in the orphanage B, the orphanage C received no intervention. Structural changes included modifying the caregivers’ schedule to increase the consistency of their participation in children’s lives. Training was aimed to enhance the caregivers’ sensibility and responsibility to child signals. According to the hypothesis, the least frequent and severe marks of disturbances of attachment are supposed to be found out in the orphanage A, where both types of interventions took place.The results of the research will be presented at the conference.  Structural changes and training were organized in the orphanage A, training only was provided in the orphanage B, the orphanage C received no intervention. Structural changes included modifying the caregivers’ schedule to increase the consistency of their participation in children’s lives. Training was aimed to enhance the caregivers’ sensibility and responsibility to child signals. According to the hypothesis, the least frequent and severe marks of disturbances of attachment are supposed to be found out in the orphanage A, where both types of interventions took place. The orphanage C received no intervention, thus it is expected to show the poorest results. The orpahage B, where only one type of intervention took place, is likely to be in between.