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Title The encyclopedia of parenting theory and research / edited by Charles A. Smith.
Imprint London : Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999.


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Description 1 online resource (x, 501 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Child rearing -- Encyclopedias.
Parenting -- Encyclopedias.
Genre Encyclopedias.
Contents Chapter Introduction -- chapter Conflict resolution. In the context of parenting, researchers and practitio- -- chapter Deaf children, parenting. Approximately 90% of parents with deaf chil- -- chapter Eating behavior, children and. In their llilderstanding ofthe true nature -- chapter to thrive. Failure to thrive (FTT) affects numerous children during -- chapter Identity development. A stable ego identity is an aspect of optimal psy- -- of growth and development. Across the life span (e.g., adolescence, of self. -- chapter Jealousy. While the words jealousy and envy often are used interchangeably, -- chapter development. Language acquisition requires a child to under- -- of first words occurs around 12 to 13 months of -- chapter children and adolescents with. Pain is an experience that affects -- chapter identity. Racial identity is part of everyone's psychosocial self. It is -- chapter if parents are highly ofa child's self-esteem (Felson and Zielinski, 1989). -- significant others, then parental support should be a critical variable in the de- velopment Smith (1988) identified four essential beliefs and contributing parental be- haviors that establish a basis for self-esteem. The key to developing self-esteem involves fostering a child's in the future, courage in making -- chapter Teacher training. Teacher training refers to the preservice or in-service -- chapter Victim-centered discipline. Victim-centered discipline is any discipline.
Other Author Smith, Charles A.
Other Title Print version: Encyclopedia of parenting theory and research. London : Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999 1579581595