parent-child relationship


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parent-child relationship

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To further enhance the support for parent education, the EDB will provide a wide range of information via "Smart Parent Net" to assist parents to master the knowledge and skills to nurture their children, encourage them to adopt positive education approaches, establish a good parent-child relationship and enhance children's resilience, so that children grow up healthily and happily.
Their mothers are less likely to get timely prenatal care and they may have poor parent-child relationships.
Present study hypothesized that (1) there would be a relationship between parental personality traits and parent-child relationship, (2) openness to experience in parents would predict parental support, satisfaction, communication, involvement and autonomy, (3) conscientiousness in parents would predict parental support, satisfaction, communication, involvement and autonomy, (4) extraversion in parents would predict parental support, satisfaction, communication, involvement and autonomy, (5) agreeableness in parents would predict parental support, satisfaction, communication, involvement and autonomy, and (6) neuroticism in parents would predict parental support, satisfaction, communication, involvement and autonomy.
All these things might cause a child to become estranged from a parent, rather than being alienated from the parent as a result of the favoured parent's efforts to poison the parent-child relationship.
One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare the differences in depressive mood scores among three parent-child relationship subtypes.
19) In upholding this standard, the court has expressed the need to carefully guard against the state's ability to interfere with the parent-child relationship.
The development of a parent-child bond may also provide a supplemental indication that a functional parent-child relationship has developed and should be recognized by law.
When children are placed in care, parental visitations are considered the primary intervention for maintaining the parent-child relationship.
With both parents busy at work, the parent-child relationship is easily ignored because parents have less time to meet with children at meal times, talk as a family, and engage in fun occasions.
The present study primarily focused on the nature of perceived parent-child relationship quality as determinant of aggression in adolescents.
The trio believe movement can help to support, strengthen and enrich the parent-child relationship.
Researchers focusing on the causes of juvenile delinquency have argued that any effort to explore the relationship between parenthood and crime should focus on the nature of the quality of a parent-child relationship, rather than the simple presence or absence of parents.

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