The parent-adolescent relationship has been a classic research topic, and researchers have found that parenting styles (e.g., authoritative, authoritarian) are closely related to various qualities of parent-adolescent relationships (e.g., cohesion, conflict). However, little empirical work has addressed how these variables correlate with each other in mainland China, nor has prior research addressed internal psychological mechanisms. The present study investigated the associations between parenting styles and parent-adolescent relationship factors, examined the mediating effects of adolescents expectations of behavioral autonomy and beliefs about parental authority, and explored whether adolescent gender moderated these effects. Results from a sample of 633 Chinese adolescents (7th grade: Mage = 13.50 ± 0.62 years, 9th grade: Mage = 15.45 ± 0.67 years, 11th grade: Mage = 17.30 ± 0.75 years) suggested similar levels of parent-adolescent conflict frequency for all parenting styles. However, for parent
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The study included 746 Hispanic 8th-graders and their primary caregivers who reported the past 90-day and lifetime alcohol and illicit drug use, as well early sex initiation and unprotected sex. Parents and children answered questions about family functioning based on six factors: positive parenting, parental involvement, family cohesion, family communication, parental monitoring of peers and parent-adolescent communication. When the parents and teens reported a greater difference in how they perceive the family context, the youth were more likely to report lawful and illicit drug use both in their lifetime and the past 90 days, and having sex early in life and unprotected sex. Therefore, family functioning may help curb the tide of HIV health disparities among Hispanic youth, Cordova said. Study participants also assessed their comfort and enjoyment with American and Hispanic cultural practices, such as use of language, food and traditions. The greater the difference in parent and adolescent ...
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Families of 54 behaviorally disturbed preschool-aged children (3 to 5 years) were randomly assigned to 1 of 3 treatment conditions: standard parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT; STD); modified PCIT that used didactic videotapes, telephone consultations, and face-to-face sessions to abbreviate treatment; and a no-treatment waitlist control group (WL). Twenty-one nondisturbed preschoolers were recruited as a social validation comparison condition. Posttreatment assessment indicated significant differences in parent-reported externalizing behavior in children, and parental stress and discipline practices from both treatment groups on most measures compared with the WL group. Clinical significance testing suggested a superior effect for the STD immediately after intervention, but by 6-month follow-up, the two groups were comparable. The findings indicate that abbreviated PCIT may be of benefit for families with young conduct
Latinos are disproportionately represented among those diagnosed with HIV and Latino adolescents are at risk for engaging in sexual behaviors that can lead to HIV. However, data regarding HIV prevention interventions for Latino adolescents, as distinct from other ethnic groups, have not been published to date. This K Award will conduct an initial study of a family-based intervention specifically for Latino families. With the support of a NIMH Minority Supplement Award, Dr. Lescano has adapted a family-based intervention from a multi-site trial for non-minority youth. Using a qualitative approach, Dr. Lescano has added to the intervention family context issues relevant to Latinos such as acculturation, religiosity, gender role and sexual socialization, parent-child communication, and monitoring practices. The initial phase of the K Award will be a run-through of the adapted family-based intervention with three cohorts (8 families per group) to further assess participant reaction and ...
Latinos are disproportionately represented among those diagnosed with HIV and Latino adolescents are at risk for engaging in sexual behaviors that can lead to HIV. However, data regarding HIV prevention interventions for Latino adolescents, as distinct from other ethnic groups, have not been published to date. This K Award will conduct an initial study of a family-based intervention specifically for Latino families. With the support of a NIMH Minority Supplement Award, Dr. Lescano has adapted a family-based intervention from a multi-site trial for non-minority youth. Using a qualitative approach, Dr. Lescano has added to the intervention family context issues relevant to Latinos such as acculturation, religiosity, gender role and sexual socialization, parent-child communication, and monitoring practices. The initial phase of the K Award will be a run-through of the adapted family-based intervention with three cohorts (8 families per group) to further assess participant reaction and ...
ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Prior research supports the notion that parents have the ability to influence their childrens decisions regarding sexual behavior. Yet parent-based approaches to curbing teen pregnancy and STDs have been relatively unexplored. The Parents Speak Up National Campaign (PSUNC) is a multimedia campaign that attempts to fill this void by targeting parents of
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Mental Health America released results from a national study of Latino parents to better understand parent-child communication about bullying, sexual orientation and prejudice.. The findings coincide with the release of a new Spanish-language brochure, Qué Significa Ser Gay?, part of Mental Health Americas ongoing efforts to reduce bullying, particularly regarding sexual orientation.. Bullying and the use of gay slurs in schoolyards and communities are far too common in America, said David Shern, Ph.D., president and CEO of Mental Health America. It has serious effects on childrens self-esteem, schoolwork and overall development. Talking with children about sexual orientation may not be easy, but it will help them learn to better handle situations of bullying and to respect and value others.. In 2005, nearly one-third of students reported being bullied at school during a 6-month period, according to the Department of Education.. The Sex Information and Education Council of the United ...
Ashwood Waldorf School is offering a new, five-week session of its popular Parent-Child classes, led by teacher Audrey McGlashan, beginning on Tuesday, January 16 and running through February 13. Classes are held in Ashwoods early-childhood center on Park Street in Rockport on Tuesdays from 9:00-11:00 a.m.. Parent-Child classes are for children ages 18 months to three years with a caregiver. While children engage in creative play with simple, natural toys, adults may work on a craft project provided by the teacher, help with snack preparation, and discuss parenting and child development. A walk through the woods on one of Ashwoods trails, time on the playground to climb and swing, and a goodbye song complete the morning.. Ashwoods Parent-Child program nurtures the whole family (moms, dads, babies, toddlers, and grandparents are all welcome) and provides a bridge from home to school. When ready, young children may transition to Ashwoods mixed-age early childhood classroom.. Cost for each ...
Emerging empirical research has shown that parent involvement is associated with later adolescent sexual initiation; lower rates of adolescent premarital sexual activity, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), pregnancy, and childbearing; a reduction in the number of adolescent sexual partners; and increased adolescent condom and other contraceptive use.
Examined longitudinal data from a national survey to explore continuity and change in parent-child relations as children become adults. Results support a social learning view where past relationship patterns persist when families enter a new life stage. The effects of earlier patterns of interaction on later relations proved modest. (RJM)
Some parents may not know how to support their children in school. These parents as children may have had an unsuccessful school experience where they felt frustrated and even ashamed of their personal educational outcomes.
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The woman glanced around quickly, identified me as another likely candidate and asked me, Is that your green car out there?. Yes, it is, I replied. Im often thankful for my green car. Not only is it a great car (Honda CR-V), but it is also distinct because of its color. That aspect was not a consideration when I bought the car-I just liked the green color.. Tell me about your parent support, the woman says, I saw it on your car. She wasnt crying yet, but I could tell there was an urgency in her voice.. I knew exactly what she meant. The back window of my car has the logo for Learning Abled Kids on it. I proceeded to tell her that I helped support parents of learning abled kids in figuring out how to meet their childs educational needs. I told her we have an online parent support group where everyone helps each other.. Thats good because.. and she started telling me her story. It was similar to many stories Ive heard, and yet distinct with its own little nuances and a slightly ...
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His job left him off a couple of hours on Fri.so he could go to another graduation,he completed the probation dept.`s classes ,he was 1 of 26.It`s really hard to finish them & we thought the parents/support people who took them should get some sort of medal too,hah,hah.So glad all of the running him about is almost over.He got a plaque,as did everyone,but he also got a special award,only a handful of people got these awards,1 for perfect attendance,& different things like that.I believe his is for understanding cause & effect,something like that,we didn`t pay attention like we should as we didn`t know he was being reconized for that,plus the kids were beginning to act up.See the balloons in the picture?There were about 4 sets of those,& my precious grandaughter asked if she could have them after we were done eating{they supplied subway hoagies & cake},then she asked for some for her brother,so they ended up with 4 clusters of them.It was funny seeing them trying to put them in the car.I used the ...
A study led by a researcher at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine indicates that parent-only treatments for childhood obesity work equally as well as plans that include parents and child, while at the same time more cost effective and potentially easier for families.
Oh, and that exact scenario actually happened on the weekend.. Nothing like constant repeat violations of every basic household and social rule, often within minutes, to make one pretty convinced of ones ineffectiveness as a parent, and as a facilitator of attachment (as I envision will one day be evidenced by blissfully and mutually respectful, serene parent-child relationships. Indeed).. If I was more convinced all this lack of compliance was substantially linked with attachment stuff, I might put more effort into using a more exclusively attachment-oriented approach - or if I was more motivated to do the thing with less evident short-term, but more evident long-term, potential results. Or if I felt strongly that there was an organic inability to link cause-effect and learn from experience. Perhaps there is truth in all of that - we have no way of knowing. But darn it, I would really like to see even a speck of progress in the rule-following and inhibition department after nearly one year. ...
Oh, and that exact scenario actually happened on the weekend.. Nothing like constant repeat violations of every basic household and social rule, often within minutes, to make one pretty convinced of ones ineffectiveness as a parent, and as a facilitator of attachment (as I envision will one day be evidenced by blissfully and mutually respectful, serene parent-child relationships. Indeed).. If I was more convinced all this lack of compliance was substantially linked with attachment stuff, I might put more effort into using a more exclusively attachment-oriented approach - or if I was more motivated to do the thing with less evident short-term, but more evident long-term, potential results. Or if I felt strongly that there was an organic inability to link cause-effect and learn from experience. Perhaps there is truth in all of that - we have no way of knowing. But darn it, I would really like to see even a speck of progress in the rule-following and inhibition department after nearly one year. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - The parent-child relationship and adolescent alcohol use. T2 - a systematic review of longitudinal studies. AU - Visser, Leenke. AU - de Winter, Andrea F.. AU - Reijneveld, Sijmen A.. PY - 2012/10/20. Y1 - 2012/10/20. N2 - BACKGROUNDS:Alcohol use among adolescents has become a major public health problem in the past decade and has large short- and long-term consequences on their health. The aim of this systematic review was to provide an overview of longitudinal cohort studies that have analyzed the association between the parent-child relationship (PCR) and change in alcohol use during adolescence.METHODS: A search of the literature from 1985 to July 2011 was conducted in Medline, PsycINFO, and EMBASE in order to identify longitudinal, general population studies regarding the influence of the PCR on alcohol use during adolescence. The studies were screened, and the quality of the relevant studies was assessed. A best-evidence synthesis was used to summarize the results.RESULTS: ...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship of family size, birth order, socioeconomic status, and parent-child relationships to young childrens intellectual development. Seventy-four children, 39 boys and 35 girls, with a mean age of 4 years-8 months, and their parents (mothers and fathers), selected from 9 preschool programs and daycare centers in Corvallis, Oregon, acted as subjects for this study. Ninety-five percent of the families came from upper or upper-middle socioeconomic classes. All the families were intact, consisting of children and their biological parents, representing one-, two, and three-child families. The children in this study were either first-, second- or third-born children. Family socioeconomic status was determined via Hollingsheads Four Factor Index of Social Status. Information on family size and birth order was obtained through a Demographic Questionnaire. Parent-child relationship was assessed via the Parent Attitude Research Instrument-Short ...
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Alcohol use among adolescents has become a major public health problem in the past decade and has large short- and long-term consequences on their health. The aim of this systematic review was to provide an overview of longitudinal cohort studies that have analyzed the association between the parent-child relationship (PCR) and change in alcohol use during adolescence. A search of the literature from 1985 to July 2011 was conducted in Medline, PsycINFO, and EMBASE in order to identify longitudinal, general population studies regarding the influence of the PCR on alcohol use during adolescence. The studies were screened, and the quality of the relevant studies was assessed. A best-evidence synthesis was used to summarize the results. Twenty-eight relevant studies were identified. Five studies found that a negative PCR was associated with higher levels of alcohol use. Another seven papers only found this association for certain subgroups such as boys or girls, or a specific age group. The remaining
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) -A local woman is teaching parents about positive parenting which is a type of parenting that allows parents and children to nurture their attachment bond while still managing typical and difficult behaviors that are common in all children.. All techniques are rooted in attachment and child development so they are positive in nature and help the child develop self-esteem, respect, and social skills while also learning to follow family and social rules and expectations. There is no spanking or yelling in this approach to parenting, said Early Childhod and Family Therapist, Cara Fairfax.. Class dates are: 8/10/19 9-4 in La Mesa. For more information click here.. ...
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Underage drinkers with the least amount of parental control and who are most secretive about their drinking, hit the bottle hardest.
We should not only measure childrens growth by their height and weight, but also need to use age-based developmental milestones in evaluating how they play, learn, speak and act. A delay in any of these areas could be a sign of a developmental problem. The earlier its recognized the more parents can do to help children reach their full potential.. Positive parenting for 0- to 1-year-old. Child safety first. It is parents responsibility to ensure a safe environment for the baby. Here are a few tips to keep the baby safe during his or her first year of life.. ...
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Deadline September 30, 2013. This conference will bring researchers, educators, policy-makers, and providers from across disciplines together with members of the judiciary and those with lived experience. The primary aim is to share knowledge and experience, to advance the rights and highlight the needs of families striving to live well with parental mental health challenges. Related objectives include provision of an interactive forum to discuss common experiences, effective and evidence informed support and advocacy strategies, and contemporary, cutting edge, research.. Friday, April 25 - Sunday, April 27, ...
This study has shown that the majority of parents, whose childrens backpacks weigh 10% or more of their body weights, do not know the backpack weights or contents. Paradoxically, many of the published reports on backpack safety have focused on older children, adult use in the work place or for recreational hiking, and military personnel.3-5 Few reports have focused on young children.6 It is easy to underestimate the large supply demands required of children in our modern educational system. Carrying a days worth of books, supplies, gym clothes, and the myriad of items treasured by children for many hours is a difficult task.. Definitely, an experimental trial is what is needed to assess the influence of parental knowledge on backpack loads or related symptoms. Our findings are also limited by the small number of public elementary schools used and the fact that data on items carried in the backpacks and parental knowledge were based on self reports. Nonetheless, we believe that there is a need ...
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Talking Parents, Healthy Teens is a worksite based programme that applies the principles of worksite health promotion to help parents learn to communicate with adolescents about sexual health and risk reduction.29 It is unique in being offered at parents worksites during lunch hour, which we believed could increase participation and retention. Unlike many evaluations of parenting programmes, this study used a randomised controlled trial. We investigated the immediate and extended effects of the communication skills we taught, as distinct from pre-existing skills or other characteristics that parents might selectively bring into such a programme.. Reports from both parents and adolescents indicate that the programme had significant immediate effects on parent-adolescent communication. Compared with control parents, intervention parents reported more conversations about new sexual topics and more repeated conversations about topics that they had previously discussed. Both are important. Parents ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - The importance of family factors to protect against substance use related problems among Mexican heritage and White youth. AU - Kopak, Albert M.. AU - Chen, Angela Chia Chen. AU - Haas, Steven A.. AU - Gillmore, Mary Rogers. PY - 2012/7/1. Y1 - 2012/7/1. N2 - Introduction: This study examined the ability of family cohesion, parental control, and parent-child attachment to prevent adolescents with a history of drug or alcohol use from experiencing subsequent problems related to their use. Methods: Data came from Wave I and Wave II of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health and included Mexican heritage and White adolescents who reported alcohol use (n=4894, 25% prevalence) or any other drug use (n=2875, 14% prevalence) in their lifetime. Results: Logistic regression results indicate greater parent-child attachment predicted lower risk of experiencing drug use problems (OR = 0.87, 95% CI = 0.77-0.98) while stronger family cohesion predicted lower odds of experiencing ...
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The rise of childhood obesity in less developed countries is often overlooked. The authors study the impact of body weight report cards in Mexico. The report cards increased parental knowledge and shifted parental attitudes about childrens weight. The authors observe no meaningful changes in parental behaviors or childrens body mass index. Interestingly, parents of children
Description: Autism is one of the fastest growing childhood disorders in the world, and the families that have children with autism experience frustration and stress due to many practical problems. with the increase in the prevalence of autism, it is urgent to raise awareness of autism and to provide services and support for children with autism and their parents to improve the parent-child relationship and moderate the parental stress. with regard to families with children diagnosed as autistic, the purposes of this study are to: (a) examine the group differences in parental stress and parent-child relationship between Taiwan and the United States based on racial and cultural differences; (b) identify factors, if any, that influence the parental stress and parent-children relationship; (c) investigate if there are differences in the results of child development when children are diagnosed with autism in these two countries; (d) establish the Battelle Development Inventory-II in Mandarin Chinese ...
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Research led by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute found that almost two-thirds (65 percent) of parents of adolescents agreed with policies to ban indoor tanning for youth under age 18. About one-quarter of parents had no opinion (23 percent), and only 12 percent disagreed. Support for an indoor tanning ban was high across racial/ethnic groups and geographic regions of the US. The study appears online in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
I am a very frustrated mum in need of desperate help. I have a son who just wont attend school, do any work around the home, is rude and difficult when spoken to and someone I just cannot reason with. Do you think that this program will help me communicate with my son better by getting him to be and do more positive things rather than the poor choices he is currently making. This situation is affecting the whole family and I am currently off from work due to depression as I am unable to cope with this stress. I really love my son but he tells me that I am always negative and never understand or help him in a positive manner. Can you please help as I dont know how to deal with this issue any longer. My main worry is he has totally messed up schooling and is still continuing. I am very desperate ...
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The phenomenon of discordance between parents and childrens ratings of the childs mental health symptoms or of parenting behavior until recently has been treated as a problem of reliability. More r
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Higher levels of parenting stress and lower levels of parental competency have been shown to adversely affect a variety of child outcomes such as both exte
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Parental stress, depression, and anxiety have again increased since new national restrictions have been introduced according to the latest report from the Oxford University-led COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and Children in Epidemics (Co-SPACE) study, based on data from over 6000 UK parents.
In the latest Mapping America, the National Survey of Childrens Health shows that children from intact families who worship at least monthly are most likely to have a high-quality relationship with their parents.
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PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE - The social-cultural context of risk evaluation. An exploration of the interplay between cultural models of the social environment and parental control on the risk evaluation expressed by a sample of adolescents ( The objective of this study is to analyse the relationship between adolescent evaluation of health risk behaviours and family practices, while accounting for moderating effects of the cul-tural models through which adolescents interpret their social environment. Cultural models, perceived family practices and evaluation of the risk associated to alcohol consumption, drugs use, reckless driving and unprotected sexual behaviours were assessed among 392 adolescents (mean age: 16.88 ± 0.752) recruited in five different Italian high schools of the southern Italy. The findings show that, beside family dimensions (parental knowledge of childrens activities, parental inquiry about childrens activities, family rules on bed time), a component of adolescents cultural model -
I do a lot of work with the Dyslexia Institute because, for people with dyslexia who do not have parental support, it is a huge disadvantage. I was fortunate because my Mum was a teacher and she taught me to work hard. - Susan Hampshire quotes from BrainyQuote.com
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Please join us for an introduction to MegaSkills®, a program designed to help parents support their childs learning in school and beyond. Participants will learn fun, easy at home activities to encourage learning in the areas of Confidence, Motivation, Responsibility, Effort, Caring, Teamwork, Initiative, Perseverance, Common Sense, Problem Solving and Focus. Each participant will receive a copy of the MegaSkills® book by Dorothy Rich. ...
This article is devoted to the problem of parents involvement in their childrens educational process. Our TEFL graduate explains what factors influence successful communication.
Parental influence on teenagers attitudes towards alcohol such as drinking in front of teens and household rules. Find out more at Alcohol.Think Again.
Every teacher prays for the parent who is actively involved in a childs academic life, but too much involvement can prove to be more of a hindrance to a childs success in the long run.
Parents are instructed to cook healthful foods, hold regular mealtimes and limit snacking in order to raise healthy, normal-weight children. Certainly parental influence -- and the examples parents
On first glance, you would think that a detached parent was an uncaring or uninvolved parent. Detachment parenting seems almost as if it was created specifically to rebut the attachment parenting model that has grown to be so popular. However, according to Heidi Smith Luedtke, Ph.D., author of ...
Teach parenting skills in a group setting using a standardized curriculum, often based on behavioral or cognitive-behavioral approaches and focused on parents of at-risk children