The Way Mothers Interact With Babies In First Year Predicts Child Behavior To Age 13

Monday, June 23, 2008 - 22:28 in Psychology & Sociology

The way mothers interact with their babies in the first year of life is strongly related to how children behave later on. Both a mother's parenting style and an infant's temperament reliably predict challenging behavior in later childhood.

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