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Ren, Lixin; Garcia, Aileen S.; Esteraich, Jan M.; Encinger, Amy; Raikes, Helen H.; Acar, Ibrahim H. – Infants and Young Children, 2019
The demographic composition in the United States has undergone shifts due to increasing immigration. This may change the way we think about families and children in the United States, and it is important to include immigrant families in parenting research. This study examined the relations between parent-child relationships and preschool-aged…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Preschool Children, Social Development, Emotional Development
Rojas-Perilla, Diego – ProQuest LLC, 2018
Novice science teachers struggle to incorporate reform-based perspectives of teaching and learning into their planning and instruction. Some argue that this is due to a mismatch between teachers' beliefs and the goals of reform. However, it is widely recognized that the relationship between teachers' beliefs and science teaching is tenuous at…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Student Attitudes, Beliefs
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Chen, Ping-Hwa – Counseling Psychologist, 2009
This article proposes a self-relation coordination counseling model for contemporary Taiwanese clients. The model is based on an analysis of the interpersonal disturbances of people suffering from conflict resulting from the coexistence of a Confucian cultural heritage and Western values. The goal of the proposed model is to help clients…
Descriptors: Culture Conflict, Confucianism, Cultural Background, Counseling Techniques
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Pachter, Wendy S.; Fox, Ronald E.; Zimbardo, Philip; Antonuccio, David O. – American Psychologist, 2007
A presidential task force on external funding was established by the American Psychological Association (APA) in 2003 to review APA policies, procedures, and practices regarding the acceptance of funding and support from private corporations for educational and training programs; continuing education offerings; research projects; publications;…
Descriptors: Psychology, Professional Associations, Psychologists, Corporate Support
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Randell, Angela C.; Peterson, Candida C. – Social Development, 2009
Preschoolers' theory of mind (ToM) was examined in relation to emotional features of their conflicts with siblings, using mothers as privileged informants. Fifty-four children aged 3 to 5 years and their 54 mothers took part. Children were given 10 standard false belief tasks and a standardized language test. Mothers completed questionnaires,…
Descriptors: Sibling Relationship, Mothers, Conflict, Language Tests
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McIsaac, Caroline; Connolly, Jennifer; McKenney, Katherine S.; Pepler, Debra; Craig, Wendy – Journal of Adolescence, 2008
This study examined the association between conflict negotiation and the expression of autonomy in adolescent romantic partners. Thirty-seven couples participated in a globally coded conflict interaction task. Actor-partner interdependence models (APIM) were used to quantify the extent to which boys' and girls' autonomy was linked solely to their…
Descriptors: Conflict, Personal Autonomy, Adolescents, Interpersonal Relationship
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Sturge-Apple, Melissa L.; Davies, Patrick T.; Winter, Marcia A.; Cummings, E. Mark; Schermerhorn, Alice – Developmental Psychology, 2008
This study examined how children's insecure internal representations of interparental and parent-child relationships served as explanatory mechanisms in multiple pathways linking interparental conflict and parent emotional unavailability with the emotional and classroom engagement difficulties the children had in their adjustment to school. With…
Descriptors: Conflict, Parent Child Relationship, Student Adjustment, Kindergarten
Kohrman, Darlene Esther – ProQuest LLC, 2018
Definitions and definitional reasoning are central to the learning of mathematics and to the teaching of mathematical content. Definitions are more than sentences that merely describe a memorized concept. According to Berger (2005), examining how individuals make personal meaning of a mathematical object or an idea is basis for how students learn…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Skills
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Caporaso, Jessica S.; Boseovski, Janet J.; Marcovitch, Stuart – Infant and Child Development, 2019
The present study explored the role of three components of executive function (EF)--response inhibition, working memory, and cognitive flexibility--in preschool children's social competence. Each component was expected to contribute uniquely to children's abilities to resolve peer conflict in a competent manner, namely, the inhibition of…
Descriptors: Executive Function, Preschool Children, Interpersonal Competence, Role
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Gunlicks-Stoessel, Meredith L.; Powers, Sally I. – Journal of Research on Adolescence, 2008
Research on adolescent emotion has generally focused on expressions of emotion; however, there are reasons to believe that adolescents' experiences of emotion may be related to adolescent development in unique and important ways. This study examined the relation of adolescents' emotional experiences of conflict with their mothers to their…
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Mothers, Conflict Resolution, Parent Child Relationship
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Caughy, Margaret O'Brien; Huang, Keng-Yen; Lima, Julie – Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2009
We examined the differences in conflict interaction between depressed mothers and their toddler and non-depressed dyads and whether these differences mediated the association of maternal depression with compromised child socioemotional development. Mother/child interaction was videotaped during a teaching task and during a free play task as part…
Descriptors: Play, Mothers, Conflict, Home Visits
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Beijersbergen, Marielle D.; Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marian J.; van IJzendoorn, Marinus H.; Juffer, Femmie – Child Development, 2008
The current study examined whether adolescents' attachment representations were associated with differences in emotion regulation during the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI; C. George, N. Kaplan, & M. Main, 1996) and during a mother-adolescent conflict interaction task (Family Interaction Task [FIT]; J. P. Allen et al., 2003). Participants…
Descriptors: Conflict, Attachment Behavior, Adolescents, Parent Child Relationship
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Stipek, Deborah; Miles, Sarah – Child Development, 2008
This longitudinal study examined different explanations for negative associations between aggression and academic achievement using data collected from 403 children from low-income families followed from kindergarten or first grade (ages 6 and 7 years) through fifth grade (ages 10-11 years). Most results of growth curve analyses examining change…
Descriptors: Low Income, Aggression, Grade 5, Grade 1
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Laible, Deborah; Panfile, Tia; Makariev, Drika – Child Development, 2008
The goal of this study was to examine the links among attachment, child temperament, and the quality and frequency of mother-toddler conflict. Sixty-four mothers and children took part in a series of laboratory tasks when the child was 30 months of age and an audio-recorded home observation when the child was 36 months of age. All episodes of…
Descriptors: Mothers, Conflict, Toddlers, Parent Child Relationship
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Hofer, Manfred – Educational Research Review, 2007
In this paper, pupils' misconduct in the classroom is interpreted as a change from on-task to off-task behaviour. This change entails a switch from a current learning behaviour to an activity that is more attractive to the student but that is seen as a discipline problem by the teacher. Thus, academic and non-academic goals of pupils rival one…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Student Behavior, Discipline Problems, Students
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