Cultural Differences in Beliefs and Practices Concerning Talk to Children
- Pour It On. Bloch, Emily // Parenting;Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p267
Discusses in detail how to help preschooler develop pouring efficiency.
- ANNELERÄ°N Ã‡OCUK YETÄ°ÅžTÄ°RME TUTUMLARINI ETKÄ°LEYEN ETMENLERÄ°N Ä°NCELENMESÄ°. Şanli, Deniz; Öztürk, Candan // Buca Faculty of Education Journal;2012, Issue 32, p31
The objective of this study is to examine the factors affecting the child rearing attitudes of mothers that have children who are in the preschool period. It is a descriptive and comparative study. The sample was selected via the method of cluster sample. Mothers of totally 390 students who...
- Mom Tip! Erickson, Margie // Parenting;Mar2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p123
This article presents a parenting tip for mothers whose child was anxious about preschool and playdates. It is recommended that mothers put together a Brave Bag containing a lipstick kiss, family pictures, a list of telephone numbers and a snack.
- Relations between Chinese mothers' parenting practices and social withdrawal in early childhood. Nelson, Larry J.; Hart, Craig H.; Bo Wu; Chongming Yang; Olsen Roper, Susanne; Shenghua Jin // International Journal of Behavioral Development;May2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p261
Researchers have identified specific parenting practices used by parents of preschoolers in mainland China (e.g., physical coercion, overprotection, shaming, directiveness, encouragement of modesty). Some of the intrusive practices have been linked to social withdrawal in western societies...
- Let the games begin! Olympic feats for parents. Kronstadt, Jonathan // Parenting;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p200
Focuses on several parenting challenges faced by mothers and fathers in different situations. Shopping with children; Reading to a group of preschoolers; Translation of toddler's words.
- "I'LL BE THE KING!"". Miller, Susan A. // Early Childhood Today;Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p28
This article looks at how children aged three to four years cope with stress and create their own comfort situation. It says that when the world seems just too overwhelming, preschoolers frequently turn to play and fantasy in order to slip into a comfort zone where they can be in control and...
- MOTHERS' BELIEFS AND INVOLVEMENT: LINKS WITH PRESCHOOL LITERACY DEVELOPMENT. Newland, Lisa A.; Gapp, Susan C.; Jacobs, Gera M.; Reisetter, Marcy F.; Syed, Daniela Cambetas; Chih-Hsiu Wu // International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach ;2011, Issue 9, p67
Background. Parents play a crucial role in early literacy development, by initiating and supporting literacy-rich activities with children. Purpose. This study examined mothers' beliefs in relation to involvement in literacy activities and child literacy skills. Material and methods. Mothers (n...
- Parenting training improves problem behaviour in children at risk of conduct disorder. Melhuish, Edward C. // Evidence Based Mental Health;Nov2007, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p125
The article examines the effectiveness of Webster-Stratton Incredible years basic parenting programs in improving behavioral outcomes in preschool children at risk of developing conduct disorder when delivered in a community setting. It shows that the 12-week basic parenting course improves the...
- Sustained Effects of Incredible Years as a Preventive Intervention in Preschool Children with Conduct Problems. Posthumus, Jocelyne; Raaijmakers, Maartje; Maassen, Gerard; Engeland, Herman; Matthys, Walter // Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology;May2012, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p487
The present study evaluated preventive effects of the Incredible Years program for parents of preschool children who were at risk for a chronic pattern of conduct problems, in the Netherlands. In a matched control design, 72 parents of children with conduct problems received the Incredible Years...