Children’s Socio-emotional, Physical, and Cognitive Outcomes: Do they share the same drivers? – Australian Journal of Psychology

ABSTRACT It is commonly asserted that the same, or similar, risk factors are associated with a wide range of problematic child and adolescent outcomes such as educational, social and emotional problems, and poor health. This argument underpins calls for preventive approaches that target common causal drivers. However, the argument rests largely on the compilation of … [Read More] Children’s Socio-emotional, Physical, and Cognitive Outcomes: Do they share the same drivers? – Australian Journal of Psychology

NEW Journal: Journal of Self-Regulation and Regulation – Field of Focus 4 (FoF4) of Heidelberg University

The Journal of Self-regulation and Regulation is an open-access peer-reviewed online-journal serving as a potential outlet for edge-cutting interdisciplinary research on regulatory processes in individuals and organizations. It is published by the research council of Field of Focus 4 (FoF4) of Heidelberg University. The Journal of Self-Regulation and Regulation publishes two volumes per year, regular … [Read More] NEW Journal: Journal of Self-Regulation and Regulation – Field of Focus 4 (FoF4) of Heidelberg University

Evaluating the Implementation of the Pyramid Model for Promoting Social-Emotional Competence in Early Childhood Classrooms – Topics in Early Childhood Special Education

ABSTRACT We conducted a potential efficacy trial examining the effects of classroom-wide implementation of the Pyramid Model for Promoting Young Children’s Social-Emotional Competence on teachers’ implementation of Pyramid Model practices and children’s social-emotional skills and challenging behavior. Participants were 40 preschool teachers and 494 children. Using a randomized controlled design, 20 teachers received a professional … [Read More] Evaluating the Implementation of the Pyramid Model for Promoting Social-Emotional Competence in Early Childhood Classrooms – Topics in Early Childhood Special Education

Improving Executive Function in Childhood: Evaluation of a training intervention for 5-year-old children – Frontiers in Psychology

ABSTRACT Executive function (EF) refers to a set of higher order cognitive processes that control and modulate cognition under continuously changing and multiple task demands. EF plays a central role in early childhood, is associated and predictive of important cognitive achievements and has been recognized as a significant aspect of school readiness. This study examines … [Read More] Improving Executive Function in Childhood: Evaluation of a training intervention for 5-year-old children – Frontiers in Psychology

Positively Biased Processing of Mother’s Emotions Predicts Children’s Social and Emotional Functioning – Early Childhood Research Quarterly

Highlights Children witnessed mothers simulate emotions during a pretend phone conversation. Their attention to and interpretations of mother’s emotions were measured. Negatively biased attention to her emotions was related to internalizing problems. Less positively biased interpretations were related to poorer prosocial skills. ABSTRACT Risk for internalizing problems and social skills deficits likely emerges in early … [Read More] Positively Biased Processing of Mother’s Emotions Predicts Children’s Social and Emotional Functioning – Early Childhood Research Quarterly

Maternal Emotion Regulation: Links to emotion parenting and child emotion regulation – Journal of Family Issues

ABSTRACT This study examined the link between maternal emotion regulation (ER) and emotion parenting behaviors and child ER, particularly emphasizing the previously understudied potential associations between mothers’ ER and concurrent emotion parenting behaviors. Community-recruited participants included 64 mother–child (M = 9.5 years, 38 girls) dyads. Mothers completed measures on their own ER, their child’s ER, … [Read More] Maternal Emotion Regulation: Links to emotion parenting and child emotion regulation – Journal of Family Issues

The Relationship Between Emotion Knowledge, Emotion Regulation and Adjustment in Preschoolers: A mediation model – Journal of Child and Family Studies

ABSTRACT The study explored the total, direct and indirect effects of emotion knowledge on adjustment in preschoolers and examined whether emotion regulation mediated the relationships between emotion knowledge and adjustment (social competence, and behavioral difficulties, such as anxiety-withdrawal and anger-aggression). Two hundred forty children (118 boys and 122 girls) from 3 to 5 years of … [Read More] The Relationship Between Emotion Knowledge, Emotion Regulation and Adjustment in Preschoolers: A mediation model – Journal of Child and Family Studies

Emotional Regulation and Technology in Various Educational Environments – Unpublished Thesis (Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.)

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the use of technology in various educational environments. Specifically, it looked at the ways in which technology is integrated into special education classrooms, and how it impacts learning. Two self-contained special education high school classrooms were studied, using qualitative methods of data. These included field notes based on observations and … [Read More] Emotional Regulation and Technology in Various Educational Environments – Unpublished Thesis (Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.)

Early Childhood Preservice Training on Promoting Social Emotional Development in Young Children: Research-to-policy resources – Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

ABSTRACT This Research-to-Policy Resource List focuses on research examining preservice early childhood teacher training to promote the social emotional development of young children. Research in this area is limited but includes survey research on early childhood teacher preparation programs with a focus on social emotional development content, descriptive studies of the perceptions of preservice teachers … [Read More] Early Childhood Preservice Training on Promoting Social Emotional Development in Young Children: Research-to-policy resources – Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

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