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Authoritarian parenting is a parenting style characterized by high demands and low responsiveness.
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Children's emotional development is harder to visualize and to measure than are other aspects of development. However, it is no less important than other forms of development, and in many ways is key. Children's emotional maturation provides a foundation upon which social developments may take place. Parents encourage children's emotional development by expressing their unconditional love and affection, by helping children to feel special and valued, and by helping them learn to understand their emotions and feelings. One of the most valuable ways that parents can encourage healthy emotional development is by showing their children unconditional love and affection every day.
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Kids who have a positive perspective about the ups and downs of daily life are better able to stretch themselves cognitively, creatively, productively, and socially. Those who are able to manage their emotions are stronger for it. To ask questions.
Positive attention is the way you show delight in your child and warmth in your relationship through:. Positive attention, reactions and responses from key grown-ups help children build a picture of how valued they are. This gives your child confidence as they explore their world. There are many ways to give your child positive attention.
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Amanda Sheffield Morris, Ph. She is a developmental scientist and a Cooperative Extension Child Development Specialist with research interests in parenting, socio-emotional development, and infant and early childhood mental health. Her research focuses on the role of emotion regulation in children and adolescents' adjustment and the ways in which children learn successful regulation skills. Another focus of her work is child and family resilience, and she is particularly interested in how early experiences shape later development with an emphasis on the parent-child relationship. Morris has published more than 60 articles and book chapters on child development, and her work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Administration for Children and Families, and the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Parents are among the most important people in the lives of young children. Society benefits socially and economically from providing current and future generations of parents with the support they need to raise healthy and thriving children Karoly et al.
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