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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 withdrawn...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”
Emotionally Involvement in school = nurturing!
Average number of school practices done “very well”
In Conclusion Relationships impact children physically behaviorally emotionally
“A child doesn’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
By Alex Dinh-Vu & Cynphia Banchongchith “Parenting is the number one influence on a child’s success or failure in life.”- True 1.
Chapter 9. Emotional development is the process of learning to recognize and express one’s feeling and to establish one’s identity as a unique person.
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Child Development Nature and Nurture—genetics and experience impact our development.
Children and Poverty McLoyd (1998) Childhood poverty is a major problem in the US –Over 22% of children in the US live in poverty as compared to 9% in.
By Shanna Holt. Authoritarian: Highly controlling, little responsiveness. Permissive/Indulgent: Highly responsive, little control. Authoritative:
Socialization within the Family. A series of studies gathered information on child rearing by watching parents interact with their children. Two very.
Continuity of Care in Infant and Toddler Programs: Lessons Learned From Teacher Training, Program Practices and Teacher Interviews Melissa Wilhelm, M.A.
CHAPTER 4 EFFECTIVE PARENTING PAGE 60. OBJECTIVES Identify physical, intellectual, emotional and social development Identify physical, intellectual, emotional.
CHAPTER 3 Infancy and Childhood. PHYSICAL, PERCEPTUAL, AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Developmental Psychologists study main issues: 1. Continuity versus.
Chapter 10: Basic Sensory and Perceptual Processes.
Identifying Overweight A short presentation to assist in identifying when to seek help.
Psychosocial Development in Middle Childhood
Chapter 5: Entering the Social World
PARENT PRESENTATION “ Our mission is to make your child a productive educated member in society”
Social & Emotional Development of Infants. Erik Erikson Developmental psychologist Professor at Harvard and Yale Known for theory of psychosocial development.
8 Chapter Emotional and Social Development of Infants Contents
Social Development and Personality- Year One
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