vrijdag 2 januari 2015

Artikel: Social relationships, achievement impacted by childhood caregiving experiences

Medical News Today (MNT), 'Social relationships, achievement impacted by childhood caregiving experiences', http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/287204, MNT (26 December 2014).

Sensitive caregiving

Sensitive caregiving in the first three years of life predicts an individual's social competence and academic achievement, not only during childhood and adolescence, but also into adulthood.

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Sensitive caregiving is defined as the extent to which a parent responds to a child's signals appropriately and promptly, is positively involved during interactions with the child, and provides a secure base for the child's exploration of the environment.

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Investments in early parent-child relationships may result in long-term returns that accumulate across individuals' lives.

Link

Medical News Today (MNT), 'Social relationships, achievement impacted by childhood caregiving experiences', http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/287204, MNT (26 December 2014).