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CALDAS, Ivete Furtado Ribeiro; GAROTTI, Marilice Fernandes; CHERMONT, Aurimery Gomes  and  SANTOS, Adrine Carvalho dos. Risk factors and social communicative development of preterms. Psicol. teor. prat. [online]. 2016, vol.18, n.2, pp. 129-141. ISSN 1516-3687.

INTRODUCTION:Premature infants with low birth weight can have neurologicals deficits and changes in social and communicative development. early mother-infant interactions are important to evaluate the process of risk, checked from changes in non-verbal communication. OBJECTIVE: Check the relationship between risk factors, socioeconomic and social communicative development of preterms to each group in four stages of development. METHODS: eigtheen dyads participated with gestational age < 36 6/7 weeks and birth weight <2500 grams. The sessions took place at three, six, nine and twelve months. RESULTS: Was found that only children in the MP group initiated triadic interactions at nine months (M = 0,16; DP = 0,40). The ability involving person at three months was positively associated with weight at birth (0,812; p < 0,05), the apgar 5 (0,861; p < 0,05). CONCLUSION: Risk and socioeconomic factors influence the social communicative development of preterms.

Keywords : development; mother-infant interaction; preterm; risk factor; communicative.

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