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Sarah Makes PB&J A) Guide & supervise B) Yell & send to time-out C) Ignore & watch television
Thesis The relationship between parent & child = extremely important. Physically Behaviorally Emotionally
Physically During Infancy
Physically Nonorganic Failure to Thrive
Physically Wasted... withdrawn... apathetic” (Berk)
Physically With stimulation “47% greater weight gain” (Tiffany) “A hospital stay six days shorter” (Tiffany)
Physically During childhood
Physically “Emotional deprivation... psychosocial dwarfism” (Berk)
Physically Characteristics: shortened height immature skeletal age adjustment problems
Behaviorally “Warmth & Affection” encourages cooperation (Baumrind)
Listening = socialization Encourages healthy interaction (Lin)
Emotionally “Attachment Security” = child/caregiver bond
Emotionally Secure vs. disorganized attachment
Emotionally Mistreatment low-self esteem depression
Emotionally Assisting / guiding says “you’re worth it”
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Average number of school practices done “very well”
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