- Everyone Gets Mad. // Scholastic Parent & Child;Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p131
The article offers suggestions for parents on how they can help their children to deal with anger which include teaching them problem-solving techniques, teaching them to communicate their feeling of anger and helping them to find humor in tense situation.
- How to keep anger from getting out of control. // Current Health 1;Dec98, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
Outlines the steps that can help children control their temper. Manifestations of anger; Factors that trigger anger; Comments from therapist Roberta MacDonald.
- What to do with the angry toddler. Green, Morris; Sullivan, Paula D.; Eichberg, Carolyn G. // Contemporary Pediatrics;Aug2001, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p65
Discusses the case of toddlers referred for worrisome displays of anger. Clinical manifestations; Diagnosis; Risk factors in children and in the family; Management approaches; Role of pediatricians in evaluating and managing the condition; Preventive strategies.
- That bites! Passell, Lauren // Parenting;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p121
The article explains that biting is a way some toddlers express anger. To deal with the child who bites, the parent needs to say no immediately and if she bit another child, show her the right way to act by caring for him. Also, a parent could give the child other ways to express herself, so she...
- Teach Your Child to Handle anger. Frank, Christina // Parenting;Mar2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p118
Provides parenting tips for teaching toddlers how to handle anger. Illustrative examples; Response to angry toddlers; Limits of a preschooler's temper.
- Get a Grip. // Know Your World Extra;11/3/2006, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p14
The article presents tips for children on how to manage anger in a positive way. Some people lose control when they are angry. Some may do things that hurt others or might say things that they will regret later. One should learn to control their temper, for anger is not an excuse for violence or...
- The Child Who Seems ANGRY. Greenberg, Polly // Early Childhood Today;Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p14
Presents tips on how a teacher can help a child manage anger and frustration. Consideration of the classroom climate and schedule; Assistance of the child in dealing with altercations and other incidents in a nonviolent way; Avoidance of lecturing the child.
- Interpersonal and Achievement Orientations and Specific Stressors Predicting Depressive and Aggressive Symptoms in Children. Little, Stephanie A.; Garber, Judy // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p651
This prospective study of 486 fifth and sixth grade children examined the contributions of interpersonal (Neediness and Connectedness) and achievement (Self-Criticism and Individualistic-Achievement) orientations, specific stressors, and their interactions to the prediction of depressive...
- Anger management. Reece, Tamekia // Parenting;May2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p122
The article offers advice on managing a child's anger. Figure out what sets a child off. If 30 minutes of shopping makes him grumpy, for instance, do not push him to go longer. Grab a child's hands as he strikes and firmly say "No." Say that hitting is not okay, but it is all right to feel...