Child Development & Emotion Regulation – A selection of articles form various sources

A selection of articles form various sources

The ability model of emotional intelligence: Principles and updates / JD Mayer, DR Caruso, P Salovey – Emotion Review, 2016 — … research attention and that have been directly related to emotionally intelligent reasoning … We suspect that the three intelligences themselves—emotional, personal, and social—may … at three different levels of complexity: emotions are relatively small psychological subsystems …

Belonging as a force of agency: An exploration of immigrant children’s everyday life in early childhood settings / K Guo, C Dalli – Global Studies of Childhood, 2016 — … As Ghirotto and Mazzoni (2013) noted, the adults’ power to educate and care … woods: Familial
perspectives on culture and preschoolers’ acquisition of self-regulation and emotion regulation. … European Early Childhood Education Research Journal Monograph Series 1: 67–86. …

Childhood aggression and executive functioning: variations across boys and girls [HTML] / J Moore – 2016 — Learning, knowledge, research, insight: welcome to the world of UBC Library, the second-largest academic research library in Canada.

Childhood stress and resilience / AJ Barnes – Health Promotion for Children and Adolescents, 2016 — … in a wide variety of venues, including school health and family education classes. … and autonomy in orchestrating the interactions between their cognition, emotion, and physiology … infancy and drives the development of self-regulation throughout early childhood, which continues

Children’s physical resilience outcomes: Meta-analysis of vulnerability and protective factors / J Lavoie, LC Pereira, V Talwar – Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 2016 — … Protective factors had a moderate effect and vulnerability factors had a small–moderate effect on … These terms included child* or adolescen*, stress or allostatic load, and resilien* or adaptive … violence, loss of a loved one); (2) had participants who were children or adolescents …

Creating emotionally intelligent schools with RULER / L Nathanson, SE Rivers, LM Flynn, MA Brackett – Emotion Review, 2016 — … A study (Rivers et al., 2016) of Preschool RULER, designed for children ages 3 to 5, examined child outcomes (n = 156) at three early childhood centers (two RULER … Journal of Education and Training Studies , 1(2), 263–272 … Emotion regulation: Current stats and future prosepcts …

The cycle of victimization: The relationship between childhood maltreatment and adolescent peer victimization / KM Benedini, AA Fagan, CL Gibson – Child Abuse & Neglect, 2016 — … because of family risk factors such as low socio-economic status and young maternal age … At baseline, children were aged 4–6 years old, and follow up data were collected at ages 8 … Respondents were asked how often since turning age 12: any kids, including brothers and sisters …

Depressive Disorders / JL Luby, AC Belden – Handbook of Preschool Mental Health: Development, …, 2016 — … within their social environments, are thought to be able to engage in effective emotion regulation (Campos et al … programs that have been successfully implemented with preschool children include Al’s Pals: Kids Making Healthy Choices … Emotional development in young children. ..

Designing Culturally Responsive Organized After-School Activities / SD Simpkins, NR Riggs, B Ngo, AV Ettekal, D Okamoto – Journal of Adolescent …, 2016 … Small increases in staff authoritarian behavior at the latter site, while not compromising the essence … or drawing, as well as a variety of life skills, including emotion regulation, teamwork, and … These life skills are among the most valuable assets young people gain from organized …

Developments in trait emotional intelligence research / KV Petrides, M Mikolajczak, S Mavroveli… – Emotion Review, 2016 — … Another area of education-related applications concerns career and vocational choices. … (2012) reported that the factor structure of trait EI in early childhood is unidimensional, with an eventual differentiation into two interrelated dimensions (emotion control and …

Effect of the Children’s Health Activity Motor Program on Motor Skills and Self-Regulation in Head Start Preschoolers: An Efficacy Trial / LE Robinson, KK Palmer, KL Bub – Frontiers in Public Health, 2016 — … trial provided evidence that CHAMP helped maintain delay of gratification in preschool age children … of the Children’s Health Activity Motor Program on Motor Skills and Self-Regulation in Head … Linda Mullin Elkins, Life University, USA Alissa Briggs, University of Kentucky, USA. …

Effectiveness of Short-Term Solution-Focused Group Training on Sense of Psychological? Coherence among Female Adolescents [PDF] /  E Nameni, N Baqaei, F Pardakhti – Asian Social Science, 2016 … From Adolescence to old Age: Developmental Perspectives on the Extended Process Model of Emotion Regulation. … Cardiology in the Young, 24(1), 126-33. … Children’s engagement within the preschool classroom and their development of self-regulation. …

Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment of Sports persons [PDF]  / DP Singh, BK Bhardwaj – 2016 — … Villanueva & Sanchez, 2007), happiness (Chamorro-Premuzic, Bennet, & Furnham, 2007), emotion regulation (Mikolajczak, Nelis … Small sample, stratified sampling, small number of predictor variables and single area of data were … Emotional development in young children. …

Enriching preschool classrooms and home visits with evidence?based programming: sustained benefits for low?income children / KL Bierman, BS Heinrichs, JA Welsh, RL Nix, SD Gest – Journal of Child Psychology …, 2016 – … Moreover, teachers were coached to use positive behavioral management strategies, emotion coaching, and … particularly in light of the recent failure to replicate another early childhood program (Nurse … Targeting early education to promote the well-being of children growing up …

Fostering Self-Regulation in Complexly Traumatized Elementary School Children [PDF]  / H Tester – 2016 — … survival. It is the child’s first key relationships that shape the stress response system necessary for this self- regulation to happen. … processing emotions, modulating stress and self-regulation. Early life attachment experiences strongly …

Increased Screen Time: Implications for Early Childhood Development and Behavior [PDF]  / JS Radesky, DA Christakis – Pediatric Clinics of North America, 2016 — … 25 Executive functions, such as task persistence, impulse control, emotion regulation, and creative … of inappropriate, adult-oriented content, 34 displacement of parent-child interaction, 42 … Newer evidence suggests that some young children develop excessive media habits as a …

Measuring of child development and learning [PDF] / HA Raikes – 2016 — … Under the leadership of the Asia Region Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC) and the UNICEF EAPRO, the … participating countries, with scores higher for children who were older; female; with more educated mothers; and who had participated in pre-primary education. …

Mindful awareness in early childhood education / SH Nieminen, N Sajaniemi – South African Journal of Childhood Education, 2016 — … She also points out typical methodological problems in the studies, such as small numbers of participants … been used with young children, so other kinds of studies were excluded. … The results showed the Mindful Kids-programme to reduce stress and stress-related mental health …

Parent-Child Relationships in Context: An Application of the Person-Process-Context-Time Model to the Development of Low-Income Toddlers’ Social-Emotional … [PDF] — EC Albrecht – 2016 … 9 education around developmentally appropriate expectations and reframing attributions of young … childhood. These results suggest the import of bidirectional exchanges, driven by both the parent …For example, significant associations between early emotion regulation and later …

Self-Regulation in Preschoolers: Validity of Hot and Cool Tasks as Predictive Measures of Academic and Socio-Emotional Aspects of School Readiness [PDF] / B Anaya – 2016 — … educate parents and teachers and to guide preschool and early school education policies and
programs. … self-regulation and predictors of academic and socio-emotional competence. … preschoolers and their teachers during the fall and spring of the 2011-2012 academic year. …

… a sensitive period during which experiences may either promote or hinder a child’s optimal development. In the course of their first 5 years, young chil-dren form … / N Navsaria, K Gilbert, SN Lenze, DJ Whalen – Handbook of Preschool Mental Health: …, 2016 — … OF EARLY-ONSET DISORDERS mechanism by which a child develops adaptive emotion regulation patterns and … At the time of adoption, infants and young children arriving from Romania had significant … Every year, about 4–16% of children are physically abused, and 1 in 10 is …

Sex-Differences in Language and Socio-emotional Skills in Early Childhood [PDF] — … and read emotions and function in social groups (Smieja, Orzechowski and Stolarski, 2014; Kret … emotional dimensions. … Early childhood education is associated to an improvement of about 0.21 standard deviations in child development (Duncan and Magnuson, 2014). …

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