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Irving Sigel's work, particularly his two volumes and numerous papers on parental beliefs, has left a strong mark on theoretical developmental work, applied research, and clinical research and practice. This article focuses on the impact that a cognitive perspective on parenting has had on our...
There now appears to be widespread agreement that early childhood mathematics education (ECME) should be implemented on a wide scale, particularly for disadvantaged children. Yet little is known about the teaching of early mathematics. The goal of this paper is to demystify the process. We...
Irving Sigel's distancing theory and his cognitive and educational research has led to an understanding of the importance of “encompassing” educational settings and the promotion of positive developmental outcomes in the area of Jewish education. This paper describes how distancing theory...
Research has informed practice since the origins of developmental psychology, but only recently has basic science and practice begun to be consistently integrated with one another. In addition, considerable research documents the utility of empirically-supported interventions, yet it has been...
This study investigated the roles of sex, age, and parent–child communication in moderating the association between digital game violence and direct aggression in a two-year longitudinal study. Finnish 12- and 15-year-old adolescents ( N = 316) participated in the follow-up survey. As...
In multicultural societies with working parents, large numbers of children have caregivers from more than one culture. Here we have explored this situation, investigating culturally-based differences in caregiving beliefs and practices between nannies and the parents who employ them. Our guiding...
This paper focuses on the role of Sigel's (1993) (Sigel, I.E. (1993). The centrality of a distancing model for the development of representational competence. In Cocking, R. & Renninger, A. (Eds.), The development and meaning of psychological distance (pp. 141–158). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.)...
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