Predicting cognitive-language and social growth curves from early maternal behaviors in children at varying degrees of biological risk.

@article{Landry1997PredictingCA,
  title={Predicting cognitive-language and social growth curves from early maternal behaviors in children at varying degrees of biological risk.},
  author={Susan H. Landry and Karen Elizabeth Smith and Cynthia L. Miller-Loncar and Paul Swank},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={1040-53}
}
Growth modeling was used to examine the relation of early parenting behaviors (averaged across 6 and 12 months) with rates of change in children's cognitive-language and social response and initiating skills assessed at 6, 12, 24, and 40 months. Groups of full-term (n = 112) and very low birth weight children, divided into medically low (n = 114) and high risk (HR; n = 73), were included to evaluate whether children who vary in their rate of development are influenced in different ways by early… CONTINUE READING

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