COPING ANG PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION IN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH CLEFT PALATE

  • Rosa María Limiñana Gras
  • Francisco Javier Corbalán Berná
  • Rosa Patró Hernández

Abstract

The unexpected birth of a son with a chronic malformation such as cleft and lip palate has an enormous impact on family dynamics and the psychological organization of the parents. This study tries to give account of some of these aspects in a sample of 36 parents of children with a diagnosis of cleft lip and palate. Coping strategies in these parents and their personality styles, allow us to describe stable ways of response on individuals that can be excellent indicators of the way in which parents confront this new reality, as well as of its effects on the medium and long terms.

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Author Biographies

Rosa María Limiñana Gras
Universidad de Murcia
Francisco Javier Corbalán Berná
Universidad de Murcia
Rosa Patró Hernández
Universidad de Murcia
How to Cite
Limiñana Gras, R. M., Corbalán Berná, F. J., & Patró Hernández, R. (1). COPING ANG PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION IN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH CLEFT PALATE. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 23(2), 201-206. Retrieved from https://revistas.um.es/analesps/article/view/22431
Section
Developmental and Educational Psychology

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