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A new study has found that fathers give toddlers more leeway and that allows them to actively explore their environments, according to a new study on parent-child attachment published in Early Child Development and Care.
Linking Forces conference brings top practitioners and researchers to Miami MIAMI, March 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Institute for Child and Family Health (ICFH) presents Sir Richard Bowlby and other top researchers and practitioners at the Sixteenth Linking Forces Conference, April 8-9, 2010 in Miami.
http://www.icfhinc.org/default.asp Sir Richard Bowlby keynotes 'Linking Forces,' educational event with 16-year history in community MIAMI, March 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Institute for Child and Family Health (ICFH) presents the sixteenth Linking Forces Conference, bringing together the people who care for and work with children and adolescents in the community.
Teens who spend more time watching television or using computers appear to have poorer relationships with their parents and peers.
A new study of young children in orphanages in Bucharest, Romania, has found that children placed in foster care before age 2 were more apt to develop secure attachments to their foster parents than those who entered foster care after age 2.
Following an argument or a particularly heated discussion with our partner, they may remember details of the conversation very differently than we do.
Most women view emotional infidelity as worse, not better, than sexual betrayal.
Conducted at the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology from the University of Granada, the research reveals that the negative effects on the caregiverâ€™s physical, psychological and social development are highly associated with previous life history between caregiver and care receiver.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Adoption parenting expert Bryan Post's latest book, The Great Behavior Breakdown, offers parents proven formulas for handling problem behaviors in children - particularly adopted children who may have experienced traumas in their early lives.
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death among children despite the widespread availability of effective child passenger restraint systems (CPRSs) such as child safety seats.
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