Riesgos asociados a los hijos de mujeres con trastornos alimentarios

María Patricia Cordella Masini, Karina Aedo, Verónica Ramirez

Resumen


Resumen Se analiza literatura sobre la influencia materna que los trastornos alimentarios y de la ingestión de alimentos (TAI) tienen sobre el desarrollo psíquico de los hijos. De 1.096 artículos encontrados en PubMed, PsycINFO, Scielo, ProQuest Health & Medical Collection, 32 aportan información relevante organizada en 6 categorías: 1-Alimentación; 2-Antropometría; 3-Percepción materna de los hijos; 4-Percepción de los hijos hacia sus madres; 5-Estilo parental; 6-Psicopatología de los hijos.

La evidencia muestra influencia de TAI materno sobre el psico - desarrollo de los hijos. Se discuten mecanismos involucrados y se sugiere seguir avanzando en investigación y clínica

Palabras clave


trastorno de alimentación e ingesta; anorexia nervosa; bulimia nervosa; madre; infancia.

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