Poverty, Family Chronic-stress and Children’s Development – A selection of articles form various sources

A selection of articles form various sources

Assessing Perceptions of Culture and Trauma in an Elementary School: Informing a Model for Culturally Responsive Trauma-Informed Schools / LV Blitz, EM Anderson, M Saastamoinen – The Urban Review — … factors often associated with childhood adversity (Felitti and Anda 2010), may also impact family involvement. … better understand what the school may need to change to become more responsive to families. … Allostasis and allostatic load in the context of poverty in early childhood. …

Assessing the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Brain Development [HTML] / SJ D’Orazio – Student Pulse, 2016 — … “Childhood Poverty: Specific Associations … “Heightened Neural Reactivity to Threat in Child Victims of Family Violence.” Current Biology 21.23 (2011): 947-48. Elsevier. Web. … “Chronic Stress Alters Dendritic Morphology in Rat Medial Prefrontal Cortex.” Journal of Neurobiology. …

Child Mental Health: Recent Developments with Respect to Risk, Resilience, and Interventions / E Goldman, J Stamler, K Kleinman, S Kerner, O Lewis – Health Promotion for Children …, 2016 — … Enhancing schools’ capacity to support children in poverty: An ecological model of school … Journal of Family Violence, 28(7), 679–692.CrossRef. Horner, RH, & … of competence and adjustment among adolescents from authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and neglectful families. …

Child Poverty and Brain Development / MJ Farah – Scientists Making a Difference, Chapter 4,  2016 — … Stress, as noted at the outset of this essay, is much more common in low-SES families. … REFERENCES Evans, GW, & Kim, P.(2013). Childhood poverty, chronic stress, self- regulation, and coping. … Childhood poverty: Specific associa- tions with neurocognitive development. …

Childhood Stress and Resilience / AJ Barnes – Health Promotion for Children and Adolescents, 2016 — … All children will experience stress—be it grief, loss, transition, illness, poverty, or disaster—in the context of important … American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Facts for Families. … Early family and child-care antecedents of awakening cortisol levels in adolescence. …

Family resilience – A Slezackova, I Sobotkova – The Routledge International Handbook of Psychosocial …, 2016 — … Findings show that even very poor families can be resilient and flourishing although poverty adds extra stress and burden. … family resilience leads both to the enhancement of family functioning and to a higher well-being of individual family members. … Handbook of world families. …

Fostering Self-Regulation in Complexly Traumatized Elementary School Children [PDF] / H Tester – 2016 — … In situations of neglect, poverty, family violence or life in unsafe environments such as … unmet, or where traumatic events such as abuse and family violence occur frequently over a … attached children in non-maltreating families, who are able to effectively make use of their …

From Thought to Action: Bridging the Gap in Early Childhood for Our Most Vulnerable Children and Families / ML Brodowski, S Rudisill – … Approaches to Supporting Families of Young Children, 2016 — … Child care burden and the risk of child maltreatment among low-income working families. Children and Youth Services Review, 59, 19–27.CrossRef. Harper, J. (2015). … Neglect subtypes, race, and poverty: Individual, family and service characteristics. …

Growth mindset tempers the effects of poverty on academic achievement / S Claro, D Paunesku, CS Dweck – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2016 — … the lowest 10%) who had a growth mindset showed comparable test scores with fixed mindset students whose families earned 13 … A missing family dummy was added when no member of the family was selected as living at home and … i) Poverty concentration index (IVE-SINAE in.

Mindfulness Practices are Effective in Treating Childhood Stress and Anxiety [PDF] / E Sheehan — … the chronic stress that comes with living close to poverty. Meditation and mindfulness practices are becoming more commonplace and … has reached 70,000 students and their families, 4,000 teachers/school staff, and 1,000 … Mindfulness, mode deactivation, and family therapy

Parents’ Involvement in their Preschoolers Public Education: Families of Children with and without Disabilities [PDF] / LE Racine – 2016 … 10 support these results, and report that children from families with a lower SES develop vocabulary skills slower than children from higher SES. In their study, Anderson, Howland, and McCoach (2015) found that when a family’s SES was at least one standard … Poverty limits …

Poverty and internalizing symptoms: The indirect effect of middle childhood poverty on internalizing symptoms via an emotional response inhibition pathway [HTML] / CG Capistrano, H Bianco, P Kim – Frontiers in Psychology, 2016 — … Introduction. Poverty is a pervasive social problem that affects millions of families in the USA. … Childhood poverty has also been associated with greater daily hassles and stressful life events (eg, family turmoil/chaos, inadequate housing, diminished resources …

Resilience to Cumulative Stressors: A Prediction Study of Schoolchildren Living With Maternal Depression / FA Pizeta, APC Silva, SR Loureiro – Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 2016 — … In the meta-analysis, the authors identify the role of poverty, single-parent care, belonging to … the value of the development and/or improvement of personal and family skills to … positive perspective proposal by Walsh (2005), it is suggested that interventions for families faced with …

Resilient personalities / VP Archana, U Kumar – The Routledge International Handbook of Psychosocial …, 2016 — … However, permissive families reflect self-enhancing attributes as compared to other styles. … skills to work with others; to form social networks and to seek social support from family, peers and … Characteristics of resilient youths living in poverty: The role of self-regulatory processes. …

Response to Jerome Kagan’s Essay on Stress (2016) / BS McEwen, CA McEwen – Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2016 — … However, patterns of gene expression in the brain are continually changing as a result of acute as well as chronic stress (Gray, Rubin, Hunter, & … The role of chaos in poverty and children’s socioemotional adjustment. … Family poverty affects the rate of human infant brain growth. …

Restorative environments and health / S Collado, H Staats, JA Corraliza, T Hartig – … psychology and quality of life research, 2017 — … were believed to suffer chronic attentional fatigue due to the demands imposed by poverty. … Families were visited in their initial house and in the new one, with approximately 1 … After controlling for possible confounding factors, such as family living conditions, their results showed …

Socioeconomic Disadvantage Moderates the Association between Peripheral Biomarkers and Childhood Psychopathology [HTML] / RB Mansur, GR Cunha, E Asevedo, A Zugman… – PloS one, 2016 — … socio-demographic characteristics and mental health problems using the Child Behaviour Checklist … Exposure to chronic stress, frequently, but not exclusively, related to the experience … SED was associated with divergent neurodevelopmental trajectories, with children from low …

Stress, Coping and Resilience among Adolescents of Low Income Families-A Review Article [PDF] / A Dixit, JK Gulati — … Stress and adversity can come in the shape of family or relationship problems, health problems, or … Children in poverty: Resilience despite risk. … 1991) Patterns of Competence and Adjustment among Adolescents from authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent and neglectful families. …

Stressed Out! A Review of the Neurobiological and Cognitive Effects of Stress [PDF] / K Winters – 2016 — … which can affect not only the stressed individual, but also their family and livelihood. … in poverty during childhood had could not suppress amygdala activity in order to control … large impact on the well-being of individuals, their families, and even their workplace, …

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