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September, Shiron Jade; Rich, Edna Grace; Roman, Nicolette Vanessa – Early Child Development and Care, 2016
Early childhood development (ECD) has been recognised to be the most important contributor to long-term social and emotional development. Therefore, positive parenting is paramount to foster quality parent-child interaction. Previous research shows that for parents to adopt a positive parenting style, some degree of parental knowledge is required.…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Socioeconomic Status, Young Children, Child Development
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Diemer, Maire Claire; Treviño, Monica S.; Gerstein, Emily D. – Developmental Psychology, 2021
Intrusive parenting has been traditionally considered a negative parenting style and includes actions that are overly directive and controlling of children's behavior. However, current research aims to contextualize this parenting behavior. This study examined the relation between intrusive parenting and early childhood behavior problems or…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Parent Child Relationship, Toddlers, Behavior Problems
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Belcher, Harolyn M. E.; Watkins, Katara; Johnson, Elizabeth; Ialongo, Nicholas – NHSA Dialog, 2007
This study investigates the role of socioeconomic status, parental mental health, and knowledge of child development on parenting styles and perceived parenting stress in caregivers of children, ages 3 months to 3 years, enrolled in Early Head Start (EHS). Caregivers of EHS students were interviewed using the Knowledge of Infant Development…
Descriptors: Mothers, Disadvantaged Youth, Parenting Styles, Caregivers
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Walker, Joan M. T. – Theory Into Practice, 2009
Despite broad recognition that teaching excellence requires meeting students' intellectual and social needs, teachers struggle to manage--and learning theory struggles to explain--the interplay between the academic and social dimensions of classroom life. Drawing from research on parenting and child development, the author offers parenting style…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Learning Theories, Parenting Styles, Teacher Influence
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Eshbaugh, Elaine M.; Peterson, Carla A.; Wall, Shavaun; Carta, Judith J.; Luze, Gayle; Swanson, Mark; Jeon, Hyun-Joo – Infant and Child Development, 2011
Warm and responsive parenting is optimal for child development, but this style of parenting may be difficult for some parents to achieve. This study examines how parents' observed warmth and their reported frequency of parent-child activities were related to children's classifications as having biological risks or a range of disability indicators.…
Descriptors: Poverty, Low Income Groups, Affective Behavior, Parent Child Relationship
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Kian, Farnaz; Etemadi, Ozra; Bahrami, Fatemeh – Early Child Development and Care, 2020
The present study investigates parenting styles in Iranian mothers with avoidant attachment style. The sample of this study were 15 mothers of children aged 1-6 living in Hamedan city, Iran with avoidant attachment style. The sample was first screened using the Adult Attachment Scale (AAS). Mothers were interviewed using s semi-structured…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Mothers, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Attitudes
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Ventola, Pamela; Lei, Jiedi; Paisley, Courtney; Lebowitz, Eli; Silverman, Wendy – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2017
Parenting children with ASD has a complex history. Given parents' increasingly pivotal role in children's treatment, it is critical to consider parental style and behaviours. This study (1) compares parenting style of parents of children with ASD, parents of children with anxiety disorders, and parents of typically developing (TD) children and (2)…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Child Rearing, Parenting Styles
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Pardeck, John T. – Early Child Development and Care, 1988
Describes a child discipline seminar designed for parents who are unaware of alternatives to corporeal punishment. Session topics include: (1) the definition of discipline; (2) major theories of child development; (3) parenting styles and their behavior outcomes in children; (4) common discipline techniques; (5) a model for handling negative…
Descriptors: Child Behavior, Child Development, Corporal Punishment, Discipline
Pilarinos, Vassiliki; Solomon, C. R. – Gifted Child Quarterly, 2017
The present study examined the relationship between parenting styles and the psychosocial adjustment of 48 children aged 7 to 11 years, each of whom had been identified as gifted on the basis of a score of 130 or above on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children--Fourth Edition. Parenting styles and child psychosocial adjustment were measured…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Gifted, Children, Intelligence Tests
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Luo, Renfu; Jia, Fang; Yue, Ai; Zhang, Linxiu; Lyu, Qijia; Shi, Yaojiang; Yang, Meredith; Medina, Alexis; Kotb, Sarah; Rozelle, Scott – Early Child Development and Care, 2019
This study aims to investigate the developmental status of rural Chinese children, the extent of interactive parenting they receive, and the relation between the two. A sample of 448 six to eighteen-month-old children and their caregivers were randomly selected from two rural counties in Hebei and Yunnan provinces. According the third edition of…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Child Development, Rural Areas, Foreign Countries
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Weegar, Kelly; Guérin-Marion, Camille; Fréchette, Sabrina; Romano, Elisa – Infant and Child Development, 2018
This study explored how physical punishment (PP) and other parenting approaches may predict school readiness outcomes. By using the Canada-wide representative data, 5,513 children were followed over a 2-year period. Caregivers reported on their use of PP and other parenting approaches (i.e., literacy and learning activities and other disciplinary…
Descriptors: Punishment, Parenting Styles, Receptive Language, Vocabulary Skills
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Dolny, Candice – Canadian Home Economics Journal, 1996
Social trends indicating change in family structure and roles, more single-parent and blended families, and the important role of parents in socialization demonstrate the need for parenting education. A parenting course should include understanding of healthy family life and parental roles, parenting styles, child development, and parenting…
Descriptors: Family Status, Family Structure, Foreign Countries, Home Economics
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Moon-Seo, Sara K.; Sung, Junmo; Moore, Mandy; Koo, Gi-Yong – Educational Research: Theory and Practice, 2021
This study explored the important role of parenting styles on college student adjustment. The purpose of the study was to scrutinize the direct and indirect effects of parenting styles on social, emotional, and academic adjustments, along with the potential mediating role of personal self-esteem. We collected data by convenience sampling of 300…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Student Adjustment, Social Development, Emotional Development
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Al-Elaimat, Ali; Adheisat, Majdi; Alomyan, Hesham – Early Child Development and Care, 2020
This study aimed at investigating the relationship between the parenting styles and emotional intelligence of a sample of kindergarten children in Zarqa II Governorate, Jordan. To achieve this objective, two measures were utilized, namely, the emotional intelligence scale of the kindergarten children and the parenting styles scale on a sample of…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Emotional Intelligence, Kindergarten, Young Children
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Polasek, Tanya – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2021
While parental involvement is often seen as a cornerstone in high school students' success, too much involvement can be problematic. Often teachers feel caught between supporting students' personal growth and parental expectations of students' academic achievement. Certain practices can be developed and implemented at a classroom and school level…
Descriptors: High School Students, Parent Participation, Personal Autonomy, Self Control
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