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Influence de la voix chantée parentale quotidienne sur le développement psychomoteur du jeune enfant

Abstract : The singing voice is known for its enveloping and containing properties. This thesis deals with the influence of daily parental song on psychomotor development and investment in the oral zone. It reflects, in the cohort, the universality of the practice of singing, revealing quality moments shared with the child. For this, a parental questionnaire on the practice of singing at home, its frequency, the manner and reciprocal interactions during this time, was carried out and sent to the parents of children under one year of age from the nursery. At the same time, an evaluation of their development was carried out. This methodology made it possible to highlight that our children's group was fairly homogeneous, if we consider only the parental singing. However, a clear difference is noticed on the motor, language and social levels among children exposed to viewing nursery rhymes on screens several times a day.
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Florène Grève. Influence de la voix chantée parentale quotidienne sur le développement psychomoteur du jeune enfant. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297492⟩

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