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ERIC Number: ED395652
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Sep
Pages: 230
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-951-45-71999-1
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The Significance of Parents' and Grandparents' Role. Proceedings of the Fenno-Hungarian Conference on Developmental Psychology (3rd, Lahti, Finland, July 11-13, 1993).
Kalliopuska, Mirja, Ed.
The third Fenno-Hungarian Conference on Developmental Psychology covered four main concepts: the historical roots and development of social competence through three generations, parent-child interaction, parenthood, and the development of socio-cognitive competence through childhood and adolescence. A series of papers was presented addressing the following topics; (1) infant vocalization; (2) family educational norms in the education of grandchildren; (3) historical roots of sex-atypical careers of women; (4) wantedness and unwantedness of children over three generations; (5) human relations of retired people, their self-actualization and their faith in the future; (6) empathy and prosocial attitudes of students of Special Education; (7) impact of families and state care on children's communication skills; (8) mother attitudes and interaction with learning disabled sons; (9) mother attitudes and interaction with low birthweight babies; (10) ambivalence about motherhood during pregnancy: effects on the caregiving role; (11) father role and family adjustment; (12) fathers as primary caregivers; (13) have parents of boys and girls experienced them differently bringing them up?"; (14) affect of child's age, social status and regional location on marital adjustment; (15) a new approach to the construction of spatial coordinates; (16) competitive behavior in relation to high ability and home environment; (17) culture mediating role of families of high ability children; (18) insecurity of 5- to 6-year-old children; and (19) influence of parent self-esteem and attitudes on the self-esteem of child. All of these papers report research results, many of which contain references and statistical tables. (LSH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Helsinki Univ., Lahti (Finland). Lahti Research and Training Centre.
Identifiers: Finland; Hungary; Vocalization