- 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.
- 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.
- Calming the Tempest: Helping the Explosive Child/When Tempers Flare: A Guide to Understanding and Managing Anger. Eimer, Marianne // Library Journal;11/1/2004, Vol. 129 Issue 18, p127
Reviews two video recordings. "Calming the Tempest: Helping the Explosive Child"; "When Tempers Flare: A Guide to Understanding and Managing Anger".
- Rages or Temper Tantrums? The Behavioral Organization, Temporal Characteristics, and Clinical Significance of Angry-Agitated Outbursts in Child Psychiatry Inpatients. Potegal, Michael; Carlson, Gabrielle; Margulies, David; Gutkovitch, Zinoviy; Wall, Melanie // Child Psychiatry & Human Development;Dec2009, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p621
Angry, agitated outbursts (AAOs) are a common precipitant of children’s psychiatric hospitalization. In the hospital, AAOs present both management and diagnostic challenges, e.g., while they have recently been described as manic “rages”, older studies suggest that they may be exacerbated...
- Frustration busters. Koontz, Katy // Parenting;Apr98, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p173
Focuses on controlling anger in children. Comments from James Windell a psychologist and author of `Children Who Say No When You Want Them to Say Yes'; Alternatives to dealing with anger; How to help children through anger.
- Provoked by a peer: Children's anger-related responses and their... Murphy, Bridget C.; Eisenberg, Nancy // Merrill-Palmer Quarterly;Jan96, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p103
Examines in detail children's angry conflict incidents with peers. Causes of their anger, their goals and strategies; Relations of anger-related internal and behavioral reactions to children's social functioning.
- Getting out the angries. Benvenuto, Christine // Mothering;Nov/Dec99, Issue 97, p36
Describes the experiences of parents in dealing with a child who is constantly angry. INSETS: You;The Servant.
- `I hate you!'. Winik, Marion // Working Mother;Oct99, p128
Presents tips for parents on how to deal with the anger of very young children. Children as not understanding the implications of angry words; Feelings of hatred as short-lived; Importance for parents to control their response; Sharing of pain; Children's need for physical ways to vent their...
- Handling "I Hate You!". Beam, Cris // Parenting School Years;Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p110
The article discusses strategies parents can use to deal with a five- to six-year old child's use of inflammatory language when he or she is angry.