Longitudinal relations among language skills, anger expression, and regulatory strategies in early childhood.

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Researchers have suggested that as children's language skill develops in early childhood, it comes to help children regulate their emotions (Cole, Armstrong, & Pemberton, 2010; Kopp, 1989), but the pathways by which this occurs have not been studied empirically. In a longitudinal study of 120 children from 18 to 48 months of age, associations among child… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12027

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