Psychiatrists' Perspectives on the Indicators of Transmission of Anxiety from Parents to Their Infants by Using the Grounded Theory

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Izzeldeen Daoud Mahmoud Shehadeh, Ahmad Mahmood Ahmad Kharabsha
1. The Schools of United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; 2. The School Health Environment Department, Ministry of Health, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Psychology and Behavioral Sciences (Science Publishing Group) 2023
12 : 1
10-22
10.11648/j.pbs.20231201.12
English
Izzeldeen Daoud Mahmoud Shehadeh, Ahmad Mahmood Ahmad Kharabsha. Psychiatrists' Perspectives on the Indicators of Transmission of Anxiety from Parents to Their Infants by Using the Grounded Theory, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2023 , pp. 10-22. doi: 10.11648/j.pbs.20231201.12. Share Research.
Abstract
The current research seeks to explore and generate scientific indications about diagnosis, challenges and future suggestions from psychiatrists' point of view for the possibility of transmitting anxiety from parents to their children using the Grounded Theory. To achieve these goals, the researchers used the grounded theory approach as one of the qualitative research designs and analyzed the data collected from (11) specialized psychiatrists at the National Center for Psychiatry in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan through structured and semi-structured interviews. The results of interviews with psychiatrists revealed the presence of four developed categories or concepts, the first developed concept “scientific indicators for diagnosing the possibility of transmission of anxiety from the psychiatrist’s point of view,” the second developed concept “the challenges facing the psychiatrist in diagnosing the possibility of transmission of anxiety,” and the third developed concept. Solutions: future prospects for the psychiatrist to prevent the possibility of anxiety transmission” and finally, the fourth developed concept “important aspects of the psychiatrist’s focus on preventing the possibility of anxiety transmission.” From parents to their children and to prevent them in the future, and that this process is difficult due to the multiple sources of anxiety and their continuous interaction (environmental indicators, genetic indicators), and therefore it must face challenges, which need future follow-up, in order to reduce this possibility and prevent it in the future. The results of the current research, we need to pay attention to focusing on the prevention aspect by preparing for a comprehensive integrated plan in the system Health care for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (considering the results of this current research) to prevent the transmission of anxiety in the future.
Anxiety, Grounded Theory, Personality, Psychological Indicators, Self System

The current research seeks to explore and generate scientific indications about diagnosis, challenges and future suggestions from psychiatrists' point of view for the possibility of transmitting anxiety from parents to their children using the Grounded Theory. To achieve these goals, the researchers used the grounded theory approach as one of the qualitative research designs and analyzed the data collected from (11) specialized psychiatrists at the National Center for Psychiatry in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan through structured and semi-structured interviews. The results of interviews with psychiatrists revealed the presence of four developed categories or concepts, the first developed concept “scientific indicators for diagnosing the possibility of transmission of anxiety from the psychiatrist’s point of view,” the second developed concept “the challenges facing the psychiatrist in diagnosing the possibility of transmission of anxiety,” and the third developed concept. Solutions: future prospects for the psychiatrist to prevent the possibility of anxiety transmission” and finally, the fourth developed concept “important aspects of the psychiatrist’s focus on preventing the possibility of anxiety transmission.” From parents to their children and to prevent them in the future, and that this process is difficult due to the multiple sources of anxiety and their continuous interaction (environmental indicators, genetic indicators), and therefore it must face challenges, which need future follow-up, in order to reduce this possibility and prevent it in the future. The results of the current research, we need to pay attention to focusing on the prevention aspect by preparing for a comprehensive integrated plan in the system Health care for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (considering the results of this current research) to prevent the transmission of anxiety in the future.

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