Beyond the nurture assumption: Testing hypotheses about the child's environment.

@inproceedings{Harris2002BeyondTN,
  title={Beyond the nurture assumption: Testing hypotheses about the child's environment.},
  author={Judith Rich Harris},
  year={2002}
}
PARENT- AND PEER-RELATED VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH RELATIONAL AGGRESSION IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD
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The Peer Network as a Context for the Socialization of Academic Engagement
The school environment is one of the primary contexts for children’s social, emotional and cognitive development. While teachers are likely to be primarily focused on students’ motivation and
Transmission of cultural values among Mexican-origin parents and their adolescent and emerging adult offspring.
TLDR
The reciprocal associations in parents' and two offspring's cultural values (i.e., familism and respect) in 246 Mexican-origin families were examined, highlighting the reciprocal nature of parent-youth value socialization and providing a nuanced understanding of these processes through the consideration of familist and respect values.
The Effect of Pre-Institutional Family vs. No Family and Different Institutional Experiences on the Development of Residential Infants and Toddlers
Young children living in traditional institutions are at risk for many negative outcomes, especially related to social-emotional and cognitive development. The current study addressed whether two
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