Interactions between Callous Unemotional Behaviors and Executive Function in Early Childhood Predict later Aggression and Lower Peer-liking in Late-childhood – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology

ABSTRACT Callous unemotional (CU) behaviors are linked to aggression, behavior problems, and difficulties in peer relationships in children and adolescents. However, few studies have examined whether early childhood CU behaviors predict aggression or peer-rejection during late-childhood or potential moderation of this relationship by executive function. The current study examined whether the interaction of CU behaviors … [Read More] Interactions between Callous Unemotional Behaviors and Executive Function in Early Childhood Predict later Aggression and Lower Peer-liking in Late-childhood – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology

The Role of Emotion Regulation and Temperament in the Prediction of the Quality of Social Relationships in Early Childhood – Early Child Development and Care

ABSTRACT In the present study, the associations between emotion regulation, temperament, and the quality of social relationships in early childhood were investigated. Thirty-one grade-one students were the focus of the study. Teachers completed the School Social Behavior Scale [Merrell, K. W. (1993). Using behaviour-rating scales to assess social skills and anti-social behaviour in school settings: … [Read More] The Role of Emotion Regulation and Temperament in the Prediction of the Quality of Social Relationships in Early Childhood – Early Child Development and Care

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