Check out some of the research our owner Dr. Smith has been involved with and read these articles.
Listed below are some articles on research that has been done on family interactions and behavioral problems. Click on each article to read more about it!
1. Child Behavior Problems Related to Inconsistency and Average Negativity in Mother–Child Conflict Characteristics: The Mediating Role of Parenting Stress
2. Marital Interactions and Parent-Child Conflict: The Moderating Role of Coparenting
3. Interparental and Parent–Child Conflict Predicting Adolescent Depressive Symptoms
4. Relations between Characteristics of Collaborative and Oppositional Mother–Child Conflict
5. The Importance of International Collaborative Research for Advancing Understanding of Child and Youth Development
6. Relations between mothers’ daily work, home, and relationship stress with characteristics of mother–child conflict interactions.
7. Earlier school start times are associated with higher rates of behavioral problems in elementary schools
8. Earlier school start times as a risk factor for poor school performance: An examination of public elementary schools in the commonwealth of Kentucky. 9. Response to Troxel commentary: further evidence that school start times are associated with behavioral problems in elementary schools
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