Maternal sensitivity and responsiveness, limit-setting style, and relationship history in the transition to toddlerhood.

@article{LecuyerMaus2000MaternalSA,
  title={Maternal sensitivity and responsiveness, limit-setting style, and relationship history in the transition to toddlerhood.},
  author={Elizabeth A Lecuyer-Maus},
  journal={Issues in comprehensive pediatric nursing},
  year={2000},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={117-39}
}
During the transition of their children to toddlerhood, mothers must learn to adapt their behaviors in a period of marked developmental change. Maternal sensitivity and responsiveness were examined across interactions with varying levels of control-saliency over children at 12 months. Mothers were significantly less sensitive as a group in more control-salient interactions (teaching task, toy clean-up, and limit-setting), than in less control-salient interactions (play and snack). Mothers… CONTINUE READING

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