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Starting from the position that independence and interdependence are common aspects of human development that are shaped by cultural traditions, this study explores how European-American cultural traditions are reflected in parents' ideas about their children's independence and interdependence....
The adaptation of adolescent mothers to challenges encountered by early childbearing is characterized by much diversity. The focus of the current research was to identify protective factors at the time of the initial pregnancy that predispose the young mother to resiliency. These factors were...
This intervention attempted to reduce the aggressive behavior of aggressive boys by making them aware of methods they use to fulfill basic needs and helping them develop more constructive methods to do so. The intervention addressed the boys' cognitive tendencies, social skills, and relevant...
Clarification of the cultural meaning of parenting for immigrant Chinese was determined, focusing on parenting style as well as socialization goals and practices. Although the cultural relevance of an alternative parenting style, training, has been demonstrated for Chinese parents, the...
This study examined how children's perceptions of neighborhood violence and safety were related to their socio-emotional functioning, neighborhood violent crime rates, and parent ratings of neighborhood safety and violence. Two hundred twenty-three elementary school children (7–11 years old;...
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