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Steiner, Amanda Mossman; Gengoux, Grace W.; Smith, Amanda; Chawarska, Katarzyna – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2018
This study investigated interactions between parents and 12-month-old infants at high (HR-SIBS; n = 27) and low (LR-SIBS; n = 14) familial risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The contributions of parental variables, as well as child's autism symptom severity and verbal skills, to the parent interaction style were examined. Parents of HR-SIBS…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Infants, At Risk Persons, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Davis, Richard F., III.; Brestan-Knight, Elizabeth; Gillis, Jennifer M.; Travis, Jamie K. – Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 2018
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based treatment for child behavior problems. However, families living in rural areas may have limited access to this treatment. The present study outlines a collaboration between a university-based PCIT research group and community agencies providing services to parents to explore the use of a…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Video Technology, At Risk Persons, Rural Areas
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Segrin, Chris; Woszidlo, Alesia; Givertz, Michelle; Bauer, Amy; Murphy, Melissa Taylor – Family Relations, 2012
What is colloquially referred to as "helicopter parenting" is a form of overparenting in which parents apply overly involved and developmentally inappropriate tactics to their children who are otherwise able to assume adult responsibilities and autonomy. Overparenting is hypothesized to be associated with dysfunctional family processes…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Child Rearing, Young Adults, Parent Child Relationship
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Wang, Yijie; Kim, Su Yeong; Anderson, Edward R.; Chen, Angela Chia-Chen; Yan, Ni – Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 2012
Parent-child acculturation discrepancy has been considered a risk factor for child maladjustment. The current study examined parent-child acculturation discrepancy as an ongoing risk factor for delinquency, through the mediating pathway of parental knowledge of the child's daily experiences relating to contact with deviant peers. Participants were…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Acculturation, Delinquency, Immigrants
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Reed, Jessa; Hirsh-Pasek, Kathy; Golinkoff, Roberta Michnick – Developmental Psychology, 2017
Although research suggests that responsive interactions are imperative for language development, the advent of mobile technology means that parent-child exchanges are often fraught with unpredictable interruptions. Less clear is how these momentary breaks in responsiveness affect word learning. In this within-subjects design, 38 mothers taught…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Vocabulary Development
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Wilkins, Julia; Terlitsky, Amy B. – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2016
Student achievement increases when parents are involved in their child's education. This article describes the benefits of building partnerships with parents around child literacy activities. Tips for teachers provide ideas for sustaining communication with parents, involving parents in the school community, and conducting home visits along with…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Partnerships in Education, Educational Strategies, Literacy
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Rigney, Jennifer C.; Callanan, Maureen A. – Cognitive Development, 2011
Parent-child conversations are a potential source of children's developing understanding of the biological domain. We investigated patterns in parent-child conversations that may inform children about biological domain boundaries. At a marine science center exhibit, we compared parent-child talk about typical sea animals with faces (fish) with…
Descriptors: Animals, Speech Communication, Marine Biology, Cognitive Development
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Galanter, Rachel; Self-Brown, Shannon; Valente, Jessica R.; Dorsey, Shannon; Whitaker, Daniel J.; Bertuglia-Haley, Michelle; Prieto, Metta – Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 2012
An evaluation was conducted for 83 parent-child dyads who participated in parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) delivered in-home by community agency therapists. Data included self-report measures and therapist observations at baseline and posttreatment. Results indicated significant positive changes in child/parent behavior and parent attitudes…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Therapy, Parent Child Relationship, Outcomes of Treatment
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Keijsers, Loes; Loeber, Rolf; Branje, Susan; Meeus, Wim – Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2012
Background: This study tested the theoretical assumption that transformations of parent-child relationships in late childhood and adolescence would differ for boys following different offending trajectories. Methods: Using longitudinal multiinformant data of 503 boys (ages 7-19), we conducted Growth Mixture Modeling to extract offending…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Parent Child Relationship, Males, Crime
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Wray, Charlotte; Norbury, Courtenay Frazier – First Language, 2018
Parent-child interaction plays a crucial role in early language acquisition. In young typically developing children, direct and indirect relationships between parent gesture, child gesture and child language have been observed. Far less is known about these relationships in atypical language development. The present study investigated parent…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Nonverbal Communication, Language Acquisition, Problem Solving
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Brumariu, Laura E. – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2015
Given the centrality of both parent-child attachment and emotion regulation in children's development and adjustment, it is important to evaluate the relations between these constructs. This article discusses conceptual and empirical links between attachment and emotion regulation in middle childhood, highlights progress and challenges in the…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Emotional Response, Parent Child Relationship, Child Development
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Cederbaum, Julie A.; Rodriguez, Aubrey J.; Sullivan, Kathrine; Gray, Kandice – Journal of School Health, 2017
Background: Risky sexual behaviors put adolescents at increased risk of adverse outcomes. Parents, school-based adults, and peers play important roles in influencing these sex intentions. Methods: This work explored the influence of parent-child sex communication on adolescent attitudes, perceived norms, and intentions to have sex, including the…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Risk, Health Behavior, Parent Child Relationship
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Knapp, Andrea; Landers, Racheal; Liang, Senfeng; Jefferson, Vetrece – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2017
The researchers in this study investigated the impact of mathematics-focused parental involvement on Kindergarten to Grade 8 children and parents as well as factors prompting that impact. Qualitative analysis consisting of parent, child, and teacher interviews and 3-year quantitative testing showed significant improvements in students' mathematics…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Parent Participation, Teaching Methods, Elementary Secondary Education
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Akemoglu, Yusuf; Garcia-Grau, Pau; Meadan, Hedda – Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 2019
Interventions designed for children with disabilities and their families should be socially valid. Parent-implemented Communication Strategies-Storybook (PiCSS) is an intervention package designed to coach parents on shared storybook reading and naturalistic teaching strategies. In PiCSS program, the participating parents used the communication…
Descriptors: Intervention, Disabilities, Validity, Communication Strategies
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Davidson, Tatiana M.; Cardemil, Esteban V. – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2009
This study examines the associations among parent-child relationship characteristics, acculturation and enculturation, and child externalizing symptoms in a sample of 40 Latino parent-adolescent dyads. Specifically, the associations between parent-child relationship characteristics (i.e., communication and parental involvement) and adolescents'…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Acculturation, Parent Child Relationship, Preadolescents
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