Does early responsive parenting have a special importance for children's development or is consistency across early childhood necessary?

@article{Landry2001DoesER,
  title={Does early responsive parenting have a special importance for children's development or is consistency across early childhood necessary?},
  author={Susan H. Landry and Karen Elizabeth Smith and Paul Swank and Michael A. Assel and S Vellet},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={387-403}
}
The role of early versus ongoing maternal responsiveness in predicting cognitive and social development was examined in home visits for mothers, full-term children (n = 103), and medically low-risk (n = 102) and high-risk (n = 77) preterm children at 5 ages. There were 4 maternal clusters based on warm and contingent responsiveness behaviors observed early (at 6, 12, and 24 months) and late (at 3 and 4 years): high early, high late; high early, low late; low early, moderate late; and low early… CONTINUE READING

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