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Inguglia, Cristiano; Costa, Sebastiano; Iannello, Nicolò Maria; Liga, Francesca – Child Care in Practice, 2021
Framed within an ecological perspective of the onset of adolescent problem behaviors, the current study explored the joint role of parent-adolescents' relationships and youth's individual factors in binge eating and drinking. Firstly, in line with pieces of research highlighting the beneficial impact of effective parenting on youth development,…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Parent Child Relationship, High School Students, Risk
Newman, Nicole; Northcutt, Alesha; Farmer, Aarek; Black, Bryan – Online Submission, 2019
The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a statistically significant difference in parents' perceptions of frequency and effectiveness regarding parental involvement among various demographic groups (ethnicity, education level, socio-economic status, number of children in the home) based on Epstein's (2007) six typologies of…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Parent Participation, Classification, Urban Schools
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Si, Si; Zhang, Shun; Zhang, Jinghuan – Creativity Research Journal, 2020
This study investigated the interactive effect of Dopamine D2 receptor gene Taq 1A ("DRD2" rs1800497) and parental behavior on creativity and examined whether a potential gene--parenting interaction (G × E) would be consistent with one of two models of gene--environment interplay (diathesis-stress vs. differential susceptibility). In a…
Descriptors: Genetics, Parenting Styles, Creativity, Environmental Influences
Wang, Feihong; Cox, Martha J.; Mills-Koonce, Roger; Snyder, Patricia – Grantee Submission, 2015
This research examined alternative mechanisms in the etiology of attachment disorganization. The authors hypothesized that negative intrusive parenting would significantly predict children's attachment disorganization at age 12 months within a diverse community sample. Of more substantial interest, the authors tested moderational mechanisms in the…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Beliefs, Child Behavior, Attachment Behavior
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Silberg, Judy L.; Maes, Hermine; Eaves, Lindon J. – Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2012
Background: A critical issue in devising effective interventions for the treatment of children's behavioral and emotional problems identifying genuine family environmental factors that place children at risk. In most twin and family studies, environmental factors are confounded with both direct genetic risk from parents and the indirect effect of…
Descriptors: Emotional Problems, Twins, Parent Influence, Hyperactivity
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Sabanci, Yunus; Çekiç, Ali – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2019
The aim of this research is to reveal whether resilience, irrational beliefs and psychological needs are significant predictors of cyberbullying and cyber victimization in adolescents. The research sample consisted of 849 students that studied in a high school. Personal Information Form, Revised Cyberbullying Inventory, Irrational Beliefs Scale…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Computer Mediated Communication, High School Students
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Wiese, Bettina S.; Freund, Alexandra M. – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2011
This study (N = 520 high-school students) investigates the influence of parental work involvement on adolescents' own plans regarding their future work involvement. As expected, adolescents' perceptions of parental work behavior affected their plans for own work involvement. Same-sex parents served as main role models for the adolescents' own…
Descriptors: Role Models, Adolescents, Employed Parents, Parent Child Relationship
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Van Heel, Martijn; Vu, Ba Tuan; Bosmans, Guy; Petry, Katja; Hoang, Dung Tien; Van Leeuwen, Karla – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2019
Background: There has been an increase in externalizing problem behaviour in Vietnam over the last decade and parenting has been considered an important factor in the development of problem behaviour in adolescents in Western countries. However, few studies addressed parenting in a Vietnamese context, which may be due to the lack of a validated…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Foreign Countries, Adolescents, Parenting Styles
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Hirsh, Holen K.; Richmond, Melissa K.; Pampel, Fred C.; Jones, Shelby S.; Molieri, Anthony C.; Jones, Josephine – Early Education and Development, 2019
Research Findings. A randomized controlled trial evaluated the impact of Motheread/Fatheread Colorado (MFC), an early childhood literacy intervention, on parent reading behaviors and their preschool-aged children's literacy skills. Parents in the experimental condition participated in MFC; control parents did not. Dependent variables included…
Descriptors: Randomized Controlled Trials, Emergent Literacy, Rural Areas, Experimental Groups
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d'Apice, Katrina; von Stumm, Sophie – Scientific Studies of Reading, 2020
Children's language and cognitive development are informed by adult spoken language and parental literacy behaviors, although their relative contributions have not been evaluated. Using digital audio-recorders, we unobtrusively observed the spoken language of 107 children, aged 24 to 48 months (M = 32, SD = 6.5), and their families over 3 days (M…
Descriptors: Oral Language, Language Acquisition, Cognitive Development, Parent Influence
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Priya, J. Johnsi – Journal on Educational Psychology, 2019
Ever since evolution of mankind, change is the only constant phenomenon in all walks of life. Changes bring both positive and negative impact on the evolution. Changes with positive impact becomes a transformation and it is witnessed in all parts of human life, i.e. societal, political, educational, and so on. Social transformation is a process of…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Parent Child Relationship, Socioeconomic Influences, Positive Attitudes
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Bowen, Gary L.; Hopson, Laura M.; Rose, Roderick A.; Glennie, Elizabeth J. – Family Relations, 2012
Self-report data from 2,088 sixth-grade students in 11 middle schools in North Carolina were combined with administrative data on their eighth-grade end-of-the-year achievement scores in math and reading to examine the influence of students' perceived parental school behavior expectations on their academic performance. Through use of multilevel…
Descriptors: Evidence, Middle Schools, Student Attitudes, Academic Achievement
Caycho, Tomás P. – Journal of Educational Psychology - Propositos y Representaciones, 2016
This correlational and comparative study aims to determine the relationship between the perception of the relationship with parents and coping strategies in a sample of 320 students chosen through a non-probabilistic sampling of 156 men (48.75%) and 164 women (51.25%). To that end, information gathering instruments like the Children's Report of…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Parent Child Relationship, Coping, Sampling
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Balldin, Stina; Fisher, Philip A.; Wirtberg, Ingegerd – Research on Social Work Practice, 2018
Objective: Present a systematic analysis of the outcome research concerning video feedback (VF) programs. Method: Twenty-nine studies published between 1990 and 2014 were examined. They focused on children 0-12 years old and had at least one control group. Results: VF programs were similar in design, with interventions focusing on parental and…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Feedback (Response), Children, Intervention
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Keller, Briana K.; Whiston, Susan C. – Journal of Career Assessment, 2008
The relationship between specific parental behaviors and the career development of young adolescents was assessed. Regression analyses revealed that parental behaviors did relate to the career development of middle school students, after controlling for student grade level and gender. Parental behaviors tended to relate more to career…
Descriptors: Correlation, Middle School Students, Decision Making, Parenting Styles
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