Do maternal interactive behaviors correlate with developmental outcomes and mastery motivation in toddlers with and without motor delay?

@article{Wang2014DoMI,
  title={Do maternal interactive behaviors correlate with developmental outcomes and mastery motivation in toddlers with and without motor delay?},
  author={Pei-Jung Wang and George A. Morgan and A W Hwang and Li-Chiou Chen and Hua-fang Liao},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  year={2014},
  volume={94 12},
  pages={1744-54}
}
BACKGROUND Maternal interactive behaviors theoretically affect developmental outcomes and mastery motivation in young children. However, these associations are inconsistent in the literature. OBJECTIVE The purposes of this study were: (1) to examine the differences in maternal behaviors between toddlers with motor delay (MD) and those with typical development (TD), (2) to investigate the correlation of maternal behaviors and developmental quotients (DQs) in toddlers with MD and TD, and (3) to… CONTINUE READING
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