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Az utóbbi két évtizedben több fejlődés-lélektani irányzat is elkezdett érdeklődni a szülő—gyerek párbeszédek fejlődésben betöltött szerepe iránt. Bebizonyosodott, hogy a gyermek által átélt érzelemteli események megbeszélése jelentős szerepet tölt be az érzelmi szocializációban, formálja a gyerekek önéletrajzi emlékezetét, és a szülő—gyerek kötődés fontos színteréül szolgál. Jelen tanulmányban a szülő és a gyermek közti párbeszédek fejlődési szerepét két szempontból tekintjük át. Egyrészt kitérünk arra, hogyan járulnak hozzá a szelf fejlődéséhez azok a párbeszédek, amelyeknek célja, hogy a gyermek által átélt vagy a szülővel közösen megtapasztalt negatív érzelmi töltetű vagy konfliktusos eseményeket közösen felidézzék és újraépítsék a résztvevők. Másrészt amellett érvelünk, hogy a szülő—gyerek dialógusok az affektív jelentésalkotás színterei, melyben a gyermekek az anya szenzitív támogatása mellett biztonságban fedezhetik fel belső világukat.

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