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Lindblom, Jallu; Peltola, Mikko J.; Vänskä, Mervi; Hietanen, Jari K.; Laakso, Anu; Tiitinen, Aila; Tulppala, Maija; Punamäki, Raija-Leena – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2017
The family environment shapes children's social information processing and emotion regulation. Yet, the long-term effects of early family systems have rarely been studied. This study investigated how family system types predict children's attentional biases toward facial expressions at the age of 10 years. The participants were 79 children from…
Descriptors: Attention, Bias, Psychological Patterns, Family Environment
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Baker, J. K.; Crnic, K. A. – Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2009
Background: Children with developmental delays exhibit more difficulty with certain emotional processes than their typically developing peers, which seems to partially account for the increased risk for the development of social problems in this population. Despite considerable study with typically developing populations, research on parental…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Questionnaires, Parents, Developmental Delays
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Tate, Kevin A.; Williams, Cyrus, III; Harden, Dia – Journal of College Counseling, 2013
First-generation college students face a variety of academic and personal challenges, including survivor guilt (Piorkowski, 1983). Survivor guilt for these students involves negative emotions related to leaving family and friends "behind" in difficult contexts and lived experiences. This article provides (a) an overview of first-generation college…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Attention, Family Attitudes, Family Environment
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Greensfeld, Hava; Deutsch, Ziva – Athens Journal of Education, 2016
Mathematics has been perceived as a discipline centered on intellectuality. However, recent studies have found interaction between a variety of emotions and the quality of learning. This qualitative study focused on the characteristics of those who are willing to cope with mathematical challenges and on the emotions evoked by these challenges, and…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Females, Competition, Mathematics Skills
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McCoy, Dana Charles; Raver, C. Cybele – Social Development, 2011
The present study examined the relationships between caregivers' self-reported positive and negative emotional expressiveness, observer assessments of children's emotion regulation, and teachers' reports of children's internalizing and externalizing behaviors in a sample of 97 primarily African American and Hispanic Head Start families. Results…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Disadvantaged Youth, Caregivers, Preschool Children
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Moon, Byongook; Morash, Merry – Youth & Society, 2017
The present study of 659 Korean adolescents tests General Strain Theory's (GST) utility in explaining gender differences in delinquency causation. It models the effects of key strains, negative emotions, and a composite measure of several conditioning factors separately for boys and girls and for delinquency. Consistent with the theory, males and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Delinquency, Emotional Response
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Varela, R. Enrique; Niditch, Laura A.; Hensley-Maloney, Lauren; Moore, Kathryn W.; Creveling, C. Christiane; Jones, Kathryn M. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2019
Background: Accumulating evidence indicates that Latino children and adolescents are at risk for higher anxiety relative to youth of other ethnicities. However, to date, very little research has been conducted to examine culture specific mechanisms of anxiety in Latino youth. Objective: This study explored whether strict adherence to Latino…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Cultural Influences, Ethnic Groups, At Risk Persons
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Mortensen, Jennifer A.; Barnett, Melissa A. – Early Education and Development, 2018
Research Findings: This study examined the transactional nature of harsh parenting and emotion regulation across toddlerhood, including the moderating role of teacher sensitivity in child care. Secondary data analyses were conducted with a subsample of families from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project who participated in…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Parenting Styles, Toddlers, Economically Disadvantaged
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Findler, Liora – Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2014
The aim of this research was to examine the contribution of internal and external resources to stress and personal growth among grandparents of children with and without an intellectual disability. Ninety-four grandparents of children with intellectual disability and 105 grandparents of children without intellectual disability completed the…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Grandparents, Mental Retardation, Comparative Analysis
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Slušniene, Giedre – Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 2019
This article deals with systematization of the categories of emotional intelligence, emotional potential and a relationship between emotions and feelings, and emphasizes the importance of a sustainably developed personality in the context of sustainable education (Jovaiša, 2007, 2011). The inward consistency is perceived as an internal human…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Correlation, Personality, Teaching Methods
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Uink, Bep Norma; Modecki, Kathryn Lynn; Barber, Bonnie L. – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2017
Previous Experience Sampling Method (ESM) studies demonstrate that adolescents' daily emotional states are heavily influenced by their immediate social context. However, despite adolescence being a risk period for exposure to daily stressors, research has yet to examine the influence of peers on adolescents' emotional responses to stressors…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged Youth, Psychological Patterns, Stress Variables, Peer Influence
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Rothmüller, Barbara – History of Education, 2019
Comprehensive approaches to sex education emphasise an integration of the mind and the body via emotions. Drawing on the historiographical shift towards the study of emotions, this paper explores cognitive, bodily and emotional dimensions of sexuality education and social relations. By analysing the institutionalisation of sex education in…
Descriptors: Sex Education, Sexuality, Human Body, Emotional Response
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Abaied, Jamie L.; Stanger, Sarah B.; Wagner, Caitlin; Sanders, Wesley; Dyer, W. Justin; Padilla-Walker, Laura – Developmental Psychology, 2018
A burgeoning literature supports the role of autonomic nervous system (ANS) functioning as an index of physiologic sensitivity to the environment, but extant research is limited in its focus on single branches of the ANS, childhood samples, and solely negative environmental factors. This study seeks to address these limitations by exploring…
Descriptors: Physiology, Psychophysiology, Mothers, Emotional Adjustment
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Gloria, Christian T.; Steinhardt, Mary A. – Studies in Higher Education, 2017
Universities increasingly value the contribution of postdoctoral fellows (postdocs) toward organizational success, yet this group is often the most overlooked and underserved compared to others in higher education (namely, students, faculty, and staff). Despite the stressful and challenging nature of the profession, it is critical for postdocs to…
Descriptors: Fellowships, Emotional Response, Participation, Supervisors
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Dekker, Jeroen J. H.; Wichgers, Inge J. M. – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2018
Teaching the regulation of emotions to support parents in educating their children to come of age properly was part of a missionary movement in late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe. This movement was inspired by the belief in the power of education from the northern European Renaissance and by the emphasis on catechism by the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational History, Foreign Countries, Role of Education
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