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*  Human bonding
Rossi, A. & Rossi, P. (1990). Of Human Bonding: Parent Child Relations Across the Life Course. Chicago: Aldine. ISBN 0-202- ... Father-child bonds also tend to develop with respect to topics such as political views or money, whereas mother-child bonds ... or parents and children. This bond is characterized by emotions such as affection and trust. Any two people who spend time ... created some concern about whether adoptive parents have missed some crucial period for the child's development. However, ...
*  Egocentrism
Exploration into possible contributions of parent-child relations". Journal of Youth and Adolescent. 11 (1): 25-31. doi:10.1007 ... For example, if someone breaks the child's toy, the child would not forgive the other and the child wouldn't be able to ... Piaget observed that children would talk to themselves during play, and this egocentric speech was merely the child's thoughts ... According to Piaget, "an egocentric child assumes that other people see, hear, and feel exactly the same as the child does."[ ...
*  Betty Steiner
PMID 4836843 Freund K, Langevin R, Zajac Y, Steiner B, Zajac A (1974). Parent-child relations in transsexual and non- ... In 1985 she edited Gender Dysphoria, and in 1990, she co-edited Clinical management of gender identity disorders in children ... Toronto Star Kirkwood Leone (January 27, 1973). Work described with children having 2 sexes. The Globe and Mail Haworth, Eric ( ... Blanchard R, Steiner BW (eds.) (1990). Clinical management of gender identity disorders in children and adults. American ...
*  Behavior analysis of child development
... antisocial children: Adapting to a bilateral lens. In L. Kuczynski (Ed.) Handbook of dynamics in parent-child relations. (pp. ... Applied behavior analysis Attachment in children Behaviorism Behavioral cusp Child development Child development stages Child ... Imitating a parent, brother, peer, or a character on TV, a child may engage in the anti-social behavior of swearing. Upon ... For example, a child whose depressive behavior functions for negative reinforcement by stopping fighting between parents could ...
*  Nurture kinship
1999) No substance, no kinship? Procreation, Performativity and Temanambondro parent/child relations. In Conceiving persons: ... given out of love for the child, evoke the child's love for its parents and other kin. Older siblings are very important here. ... Such intimate ties with siblings replace the earlier one with parents as the child grows. (Gow, 1991, 157) Thomas on the ... to its parents changes from one in which the parents take care that their physical connection to the body of the child does not ...
*  Childhood
Children in English Society. 2 vols. London: Routledge, 1969. Pollock, Linda A. Forgotten Children: Parent-child relations from ... children being out of school, child labor, children having children and child marriage. Early childhood follows the infancy ... "The Importance of Play in Promoting Healthy Child Development and Maintaining Strong Parent-Child Bonds" (PDF). American ... The genre of children's literature took off, with a proliferation of humorous, child-oriented books attuned to the child's ...
*  Karl Pillemer
Pillemer, Karl, and Kurt Luescher (Eds.) (2004). Intergenerational Ambivalences: New Perspectives on Parent-Child Relations in ... A New Approach to the Study of Parent-Child Relations in Later Life". Journal of Marriage and Family. 60 (2): 413-425. doi: ... and empirical focus of his work has been reviving the concept of ambivalence and applying it to parent-child relations in later ... They have two children, film producer Hannah Pillemer (1981) and neuropsychologist Sarah Pillemer (1987), and two grandchildren ...
*  History of childhood
Pollock, Linda A. Forgotten Children: Parent-child relations from 1500 to 1900 (1983). Sommerville, John. The Rise and Fall of ... Children and Youth during the Civil War Era (2012) excerpt and text search Marten, James. Children and Youth in a New Nation ( ... Children and Youth in America, Volume I: 1600-1865 (1970); Children and Youth in America: A Documentary History, Vol. 2: 1866- ... children and youth need to be protected by adults at all costs.' The problem with this notion is it suggests youth and children ...
*  Nested set model
An alternative solution is the expression of the hierarchy as a parent-child relation. Celko called this the adjacency list ... SELECT Child.Node, Child.Left, Child.Right FROM Tree as Parent, Tree as Child WHERE Child.Left BETWEEN Parent.Left AND Parent. ... SELECT Child.Node, Child.Left, Child.Right FROM Tree as Child, Tree as Parent WHERE Child.Depth = Parent.Depth + 1 AND Child. ... Child.Left, Child.Right FROM Tree as Child, Tree as Parent WHERE Parent.Left < Child.Left AND Parent.Right > Child.Right -- ...
*  Emerging adulthood and early adulthood
Aquilino, W (1994b). "Later-life parental divorce and widow-hood: Impact on young adults' assessment of parent-child relations ... A positive parent-child relationship after parental divorce may also be facilitated by the child's understanding of divorce. ... Divorce and remarriage of parents often result in a weaker parent-child relationship, even if no adverse effects were apparent ... However, if parents and children maintain a good relationship throughout the divorce process, it could act as a buffer and ...
*  ADABAS
Does not natively enforce referential integrity constraints, i.e. parent-child relations must be maintained by application code ...
*  Ronald Langevin
PMID 921525 Paitich D, Langevin R. The Clarke Parent-Child Relations Questionnaire: a clinically useful test for adults. J ... Child Abuse Negl. 2000 Apr;24(4):535-45. PMID 10798842 Langevin R, Glancy GD, Curnoe S, Bain J. Physicians who commit sexual ...
*  Zaguri Imperia
... including the sublime incestuous undertone of the parent-child relations in the plot. Yaffe also observed the traditional ... Aviel's older brother, Avi, is a low-ranking police officer who still lives with his parents, while the younger twenty- ... Combined with his personal story, he sought to address the larger subject of ethnic relations within Israeli society, which he ... when he had to leave Tel Aviv and move back with his parents in Beersheva for a month. He recalled that he was completely ...
*  XBRL
The presentation linkbase, using parent-child relations organizes elements in this way and helps users find concepts they are ... The fourth relation is similar-tuples. It resembles "essence-alias" relation but is applied for tuples. It connects two tuples ... Second available relation type is essence-alias. By using it, taxonomy creators are able to indicate that two concepts have ... This linkbase associates concepts with other concepts using a variety of arc roles to express relations such as is-a, whole- ...
*  Marika Moisseeff
Moisseeff has done extensive research on sexes and procreation, initiation rites, youth, parent-child relations, and aboriginal ...
*  Jay Sandrich
... and of its civilized view of parent-child relations. Kuney, Jack. Take One: Television Directors on Directing. ISBN 978- ...
*  John Alexander Ferguson
"Some Doubtful Points Incident to the Relation of Parent and Child". Commonwealth Law Review. 4: 57-68. 1906. "Some Modern ... In 1945, John A. married Dorothy Johnston (1916-1995). They had two children, Diana (1947-) and Alexander Stuart (1948-). At ... In 1907, John A. married Bessie Robertson (1882-1937). They had four children, George Adie (1910-1998), Margaret Douglas (1912- ... precursor to today's Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales. He was active with that body until 1951 and formally ...
*  Unaccompanied minor
The quality of childcare and the child's relations to parents or other caregivers; The social and economic situation of the ... Children's rights Convention on the Rights of the Child Child labour Child migration Child trafficking Commercial sexual ... Unless it poses any risks to the child, the child's parents need to be informed, consulted and heard in the assessment and ... An unaccompanied minor (sometimes "unaccompanied child" or "separated child") is a child without the presence of a legal ...
*  Refrigerator mother theory
Arieti not only maintained that the parent-child relations are the first social act and the major drive of socialization, but ... The child's self in this view is a reflection of the sentiments, thoughts, and attitudes of the parents toward the child. ... When Leo Kanner first identified autism in 1943, he noted the lack of warmth among the parents of autistic children. Parents, ... The terms refrigerator mother and refrigerator parents were coined around 1950 as a label for mothers and parents of children ...
*  Homework
... parent-child relations, parent-teacher communications, peer interactions, policy, public relations, and punishment. Homework ... 2009) found that parents were less likely to report homework as a distraction from their children's activities and ... Marsh, Sarah (2 November 2016). "Parents in the UK and abroad: do your children get set too much homework?". Theguardian.com. ... Homework also provides an opportunity for parents to participate in their children's education. Homework is designed to ...
*  Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe
These results provide no evidence to support the notion of a 'decline' of parent-child relations in ageing Europe at the ... 85 percent of all parents have at least one child living at a distance of at most 25 km. Moreover, the share of parents with ... The SHARELIFE questionnaire contains all important areas of the respondents' lives, ranging from partners and children over ... less than weekly contacts to a child is equally low (7%) in Sweden and in Spain. ...
*  Ofer Grosbard
Relying on many examples from parent-child relations the book explains how these two thinking modes shape creative, scientific ... The Quran for Educating the Child - integrates modern psychology and the Quran in order to help Muslim parents to solve every ... in the child's clinical psychology department at Tel Aviv University (1988-1991). Later he earned his Ph.D. in Conflict ... day educational difficulties with their children. This book and its web version "Quranet" (www.quranet.net) were chosen to ...
*  Eleanor Maccoby
... parent-child relations, child development, and social development from the child perspective. Maccoby earned her M.A and Ph.D. ... In 1980, Maccoby began a large-scale longitudinal study evaluating parent-child relationships before, during, and after ... Their first child, Janice Maccoby, was adopted in 1952. Four years later they adopted their second child, Sarah Maccoby, and ... At Harvard, she taught child psychology and published her research in areas such as social behavior in infants and child- ...
*  Prevention of Cruelty to, and Protection of, Children Act 1889
... in relations between parents and children. Police could arrest anyone found ill-treating a child, and enter a home if a child ... The Prevention of Cruelty to, and Protection of, Children Act 1889, commonly known as the Children's Charter, was an Act of the ... The act included guidelines on the employment of children and outlawed begging. This short title was conferred by section 19 ... The Prevention of Cruelty to, and Protection of, Children Act 1889, as originally enacted, from the Office of Public Sector ...
*  Prohibited degree of kinship
An incest taboo against relations between parent and child or two full-blooded siblings is a cultural universal. Taboos against ... The first prohibited degree of consanguinity was a parent-child relationship while a second degree would be a sibling ... and provided that the younger party has not at any time before attaining the age of 18 been a child of the family in relation ... Incest refers to sexual relations and marriage between closely related individuals; nepotism is the preference of blood- ...
*  Work intensity
... is defined as activity in relation to the capacity for that work. It is a topic that affects developed and ... In addition, families suffering from poverty are more likely to have both parents work, compounding the amount of labor done by ... Care work includes, but is not limited to, caring for children, the elderly, partners, and oneself. Unpaid work, while it ... children are cared for), however the way in which women workers spend their time can lead to a deterioration in health due to ...