Infant's triangular communication in "two for one" versus "two against one" family triangles: Case illustrations

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Title
Infant's triangular communication in "two for one" versus "two against one" family triangles: Case illustrations
Journal
Infant Mental Health Journal
Author(s)
Fivaz-Depeursinge Elisabeth
ISSN
1097-0355
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Published
Issued date
2008
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
29
Number
3
Pages
189-202
Language
english
Abstract
Infants use their social competence very early to communicate not only in dyads but also in triads, in particular in the triangle they form with their mother and father. The development of this triangular communication is largely shaped by the ways the parents support or undermine each other in relation to their child. Whereas triangular communication is facilitated in "two for one" alliances, it is recruited in the service of regulating the parents' conflicts in "two against one" coalitions. These processes are manifest in toddlerhood and may be traced back to the coparenting alliance in formation during pregnancy.
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