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  • Harsh parenting during early childhood and child development. [Journal Article]
    Econ Hum Biol 2019; 36:100831Berthelon M, Contreras D, … Palma MI
  • We study the relationship between harsh parenting strategies, including psychological and physical aggressions that do not constitute abuse, on early childhood cognitive and socio-emotional development. We estimate a value-added model that controls for a rich set of child, mother, and family characteristics, from a nationally representative sample of Chilean children aged 52-83 months. We find ha…
  • The middle of patience. [Journal Article]
    Fam Syst Health 2019; 37(4):348-350Zavodnick AJ
  • We often think that either we are being patient or we have completely lost it. Whether we are at the kitchen table, in the office, or stuck in traffic, it's hard to appreciate that there is often a sweet spot directly in between, a fleeting moment in which we can choose a direction, as long as we are present to notice the signs. This essay shares my personal experience with rediscovering patience…
  • Are preschoolers who spontaneously create patterns better in mathematics? [Journal Article]
    Br J Educ Psychol 2019Wijns N, De Smedt B, … Torbeyns J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current data suggest that children's spontaneous attention to patterns is an important component of their mathematical ability. Children's spontaneous pattern constructions may provide opportunities to discuss and practice patterns in preschool settings or at home, but more research is required to further analyse the role of SFOP in early mathematical development.
  • Children's bullying involvement and maternal depressive symptoms. [Journal Article]
    Soc Sci Med 2019; 245:112695Nomaguchi K, Fettro MN
  • Bullying among school-age children is a public health issue in the United States. Although research and policy recommendations emphasize parental responsibility for preventing and dealing with children's bullying involvement, either as victims or perpetrators, we know little about how parents' mental health is linked to children's bullying involvement. We examine three questions on the associatio…
  • Informed Decision Making Regarding Prenatal Aneuploidy Screening. [Journal Article]
    J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 2019Shea TL
  • CONCLUSIONS: A woman's health literacy and her ability to actively engage with health care providers are critical for informed decision making about PAS. Findings highlight the need for woman-centered strategies to promote open and intentional communication about PAS.
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