Event Title

P-27 An Examination of the Mother-Baby Relationship

Presenter Information

Morgan Winkfield, Andrews University

Location

Buller Hall Lobby

Start Date

3-8-2019 2:30 PM

Description

This study examines the relationship between Postpartum Depression and mother-child bonding. Data is being collected from 84 mothers, 18 years and older who have given birth in the last 6 months through an online survey and two health centers. Participants will complete the Post-Partum Bonding Questionnaire, the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, and demographics. A correlational analysis will be done to analyze how PPD and mother-child bonding relate to each other, as well with other demographics. It is hypothesized that higher levels of Postpartum Depression are associated with weaker mother-child bonds, and certain demographics increase this likelihood.

IRB approval #18-037

Acknowledgments

Supervising Professor: Dr. Duane McBride

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Mar 8th, 2:30 PM

P-27 An Examination of the Mother-Baby Relationship

Buller Hall Lobby

This study examines the relationship between Postpartum Depression and mother-child bonding. Data is being collected from 84 mothers, 18 years and older who have given birth in the last 6 months through an online survey and two health centers. Participants will complete the Post-Partum Bonding Questionnaire, the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, and demographics. A correlational analysis will be done to analyze how PPD and mother-child bonding relate to each other, as well with other demographics. It is hypothesized that higher levels of Postpartum Depression are associated with weaker mother-child bonds, and certain demographics increase this likelihood.

IRB approval #18-037