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Adamson, Lauren B.; Bakeman, Roger; Suma, Katharine; Robins, Diana L. – Developmental Psychology, 2019
Joint engagement--the sharing of events during social interactions--is an important context for early learning. To date, sharing topics that are only heard has not been systematically documented. To describe the development of auditory joint engagement, 48 child-parent dyads were observed 5 times from 12 to 30 months during seminaturalistic play.…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Auditory Perception, Sharing Behavior, Responses
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Encinger, Amy; Shizu Kutaka, Traci; Chernyavskiy, Pavel; Acar, Ibrahim H.; Raikes, Helen H. – Early Education and Development, 2020
Research Findings: Marginal food security is less studied relative to food insecurity but may also have adverse effects on family outcomes. The present study examined whether parental stress mediated the relationship between marginal food security (MFS) and preschool-aged children's observed self-regulation at three early education centers located…
Descriptors: Correlation, Low Income, Preschool Children, Self Control
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Ata, Seda; Yagan Güder, Sevcan – Early Child Development and Care, 2020
It is believed that parental behaviours play a critical role in the development of self-concept. Recent research studies have shown that parents' romantic attachments affect both their parental behaviours and their children's behaviours. The purpose of this research is to examine predictive levels of parents' level of dimensions of attachment…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Attachment Behavior, Parent Role, Child Development
Wildeman, Christopher, Ed.; Haskins, Anna R., Ed.; Poehlmann-Tynan, Julie, Ed. – APA Books, 2017
In the United States today, roughly 1 in 25 children has a parent in prison. This insightful volume provides an authoritative, multidisciplinary analysis of how parental incarceration affects children and what can be done to help them. The contributors to this book apply a wide array of tools and perspectives to the study of children of…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Parents, Educational Research
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Huston, Aletha C.; Bobbitt, Kaeley C.; Bentley, Alison – Developmental Psychology, 2015
Children who experience early and extensive child care, especially center-based care, are rated by teachers as having more externalizing behavior problems than are other children. This association is reduced, but not eliminated, when care is of high quality, and it varies by socioeconomic disadvantage and the type of behavior assessed. We examine…
Descriptors: Child Care, Caregiver Child Relationship, Peer Relationship, Teacher Attitudes
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Wimer, Christopher; Wolf, Sharon – Future of Children, 2020
Is income during children's earliest years a key determinant of long-term child and adult success in the longer run? The research to date, Christopher Wimer and Sharon Wolf write, suggests that it is. Wimer and Wolf review substantial descriptive evidence that income can enhance child development and later adult outcomes, and that it does so most…
Descriptors: Family Income, Child Development, Barriers, Young Children
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Silinskas, Gintautas; Kiuru, Noona; Aunola, Kaisa; Lerkkanen, Marja-Kristiina; Nurmi, Jari-Erik – Developmental Psychology, 2015
This study investigated the longitudinal associations between children's academic performance and their mothers' affect, practices, and perceptions of their children in homework situations. The children's (n = 2,261) performance in reading and math was tested in Grade 1 and Grade 4, and the mothers (n = 1,476) filled out questionnaires on their…
Descriptors: Homework, Mothers, Parent Child Relationship, Academic Achievement
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Chen, Chi-hsin; Castellanos, Irina; Yu, Chen; Houston, Derek M. – Developmental Science, 2020
Coordinated attention between children and their parents plays an important role in their social, language, and cognitive development. The current study used head-mounted eye-trackers to investigate the effects of children's prelingual hearing loss on how they achieve coordinated attention with their hearing parents during free-flowing object…
Descriptors: Attention, Parent Child Relationship, Child Development, Eye Movements
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Pattison, Scott A.; Dierking, Lynn D. – Science Education, 2019
Fostering interest in science is critical for broadening engagement with science topics, careers, and hobbies. Research suggests that these interests begin to form as early as preschool and have long-term implications for participation and learning. However, scholars have only speculated on the processes that shape interest development at this…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Science Interests, Parent Child Relationship, Low Income Students
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Shahabi, Bahareh; Shahabi, Rana; Foroozandeh, Elham – International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 2020
Purpose: Parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) face many problems in their marital lives. Autism is a developmental disorder, emerging during childhood that affects development across various domains. Studies suggest that autism prevalence rates are increasing, and research shows that parents of children with ASD frequently…
Descriptors: Parents, Children, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Barnard, Allison D.; Adelson, Jill L.; Pössel, Patrick – Early Child Development and Care, 2017
We explored the associations between student-perceived teaching behaviours and negative affect (NA) and positive affect (PA) in upper elementary age students, both before and after controlling for perceived parenting behaviours. The Teaching Behaviour Questionnaire, the Alabama Parenting Questionnaire, and the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule…
Descriptors: Correlation, Elementary School Students, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Behavior
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Chen, Feiyan – Early Child Development and Care, 2015
Parents play an influential role in children's emotional development. Numerous quantitative studies have examined the correlations between a "single" dimension of parents' emotion socialisation practices (e.g. parental emotion expression or attitudes) and children's emotional development. However, little attention has been paid to a…
Descriptors: Child Development, Self Control, Teaching Methods, Emotional Development
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Kiuru, Noona; Laursen, Brett; Aunola, Kaisa; Zhang, Xia; Lerkkanen, Marja-Kristiina – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2016
This longitudinal study, conducted among a sample of Finnish primary-school children, examined the proposition that a single high-quality relationship (either with a teacher or a parent) can buffer against adjustment problems. Teachers rated the externalizing problems and prosocial behaviors of 378 children in Grade 1 and again in Grade 2.…
Descriptors: Student Adjustment, Elementary School Students, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Student Relationship
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Salmon, Lynda G. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2014
This article reviews extant literature with the purpose of identifying factors that affect the potential efficacy of electronic books to support literacy development during early childhood. Selection criteria include experimental, quasi-experimental, and observational studies from peer-reviewed journals from 2000 to 2013 with a target population…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Electronic Publishing, Literacy Education, Young Children
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Wang, Jun; Morgan, George A.; Biringen, Zeynep – Infant and Child Development, 2014
This study examined the longitudinal relations of mother-child affect exchanges at 18?months with children's mastery motivation at 39?months. Observation and questionnaire data were collected from mother-child dyads when children were 18?months; 43 mothers again rated their children's mastery motivation at 39?months. Results suggested…
Descriptors: Mothers, Toddlers, Parent Child Relationship, Child Behavior
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