Tag Archives: Parent–child interactions

Impact of parents mobile device use on parent-child interaction: A literature review

This review attempts to provide an overview of parents’ mobile device distractions while caring for their children and the implications of this distraction on parent-child relationships. This review was conducted on literature published through November 2016, 27 sources were identified. … Continue reading

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Parent–child interactions and child outcomes

We analyze a randomized parent training program that targets the parents of preschool children in Germany. Changes in parent-child interaction during early childhood improve behavioral outcomes 10 years later in adolescence.  The effects are stronger for girls and are not confined … Continue reading

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The Impact of Childcare and Parent–Child Interactions on School Readiness and Social Skills Development

Low-income children are at increased risk for school readiness deficits in terms of both cognitive and social development. This study examined the roles of childcare involvement and parent-child interaction quality on the development of school readiness and social skills among … Continue reading

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