Parenting behaviors, perceptions, and psychosocial risk: impacts on young children's development.

  title={Parenting behaviors, perceptions, and psychosocial risk: impacts on young children's development.},
  author={Frances Page Glascoe and Shirley V Leew},
  volume={125 2},
OBJECTIVE The goal of this study was to assess which parenting behaviors, perceptions, and risk factors were associated with optimal versus delayed development. METHODS A total of 382 families from the national Brigance Infant and Toddler Screens standardization and validation study participated. Data sources included parent questionnaires, child testing, and examiner observations of parent-child interactions. Parenting styles research was operationalized with the Brigance Parent-Child… CONTINUE READING
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