The evolved developmental niche and child sociomoral outcomes in Chinese 3-year-olds

  title={The evolved developmental niche and child sociomoral outcomes in Chinese 3-year-olds},
  author={D. Narvaez and Lijuan Wang and T. Gleason and Y. Cheng and J. Lefever and Lifang Deng},
  journal={European Journal of Developmental Psychology},
  pages={106 - 127}
  • D. Narvaez, Lijuan Wang, +3 authors Lifang Deng
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • European Journal of Developmental Psychology
  • Responsive parenting is known to lead to multiple positive child outcomes, including sociomoral development. We examined the extent to which additional caregiving practices are also critical for positive sociomoral outcomes in early childhood. We looked specifically at what we call the evolved developmental niche (EDN), as described for young children by anthropologists, which includes frequent touch, breastfeeding, caregiver responsiveness, multiple adult caregivers, play, and natural… CONTINUE READING

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