婴儿面孔偏好的研究进展
Research Advancement of Infant’s Face Preference

作者: 贾云丞 , 张大均 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;

关键词: 婴儿图式婴儿面孔偏好成人依恋养育动机Infant Schema Infant’s Face Preference Adult Attachment Parenting Motivation

摘要:
成人对婴儿面孔产生的偏好是人类与生俱来的养育动机的外在表现,这种偏好可以提高婴儿的存活率,有利于物种的生存和繁衍,因此具有进化意义。本文首先对婴儿面孔偏好的起源、表现和神经机制进行了综述;然后,从成人依恋与养育的关系出发,探讨了成人依恋对婴儿面孔偏好的影响;最后,对未来的发展趋势和相关的研究方向进行了展望。

Abstract: The adult preference for infant faces, as an external manifestation of innate parenting motivation, can improve the survival rate of infants, which is conducive to the survival and reproduction of the species. Therefore, it has evolutionary significance. This paper firstly summarizes infant’s face preference of origin, representations and neural mechanisms. And then, from the association be-tween adult attachment and parenting, we discuss the influence of adult attachment on infant’s face preference. Finally, the future development tendency and the relevant research directions are expected in this paper.

文章引用: 贾云丞 , 张大均 (2016) 婴儿面孔偏好的研究进展。 心理学进展, 6, 958-965. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.69123

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