CHAPTER 8. Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development. Dimensions of Child Rearing. Dimensions of Childrearing. Warm parents More likely to be affectionate toward their children and less likely to physically discipline than cold parents
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Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
More likely to be affectionate toward their children and less likely to physically discipline than cold parents
Children of warm parents are warm, accepting, more likely to develop internalized standards of conduct and a moral sense or conscience
Parental warmth related to child’s social and emotional well-being
May not enjoy their children and may have few feelings of affection for them
Childrearing is reflected by imitating parents’ own upbringing, their parental beliefs, and genetics.
Table 8-1, p. 159 (cont’d)
Table 8-2, p. 160 (cont’d)
Social Behaviors (cont’d)
-Teach how to lead and how to follow
-Help increase physical and cognitive skills through interactions
-Provide emotional support
Table 8-3, p. 163 (cont’d)
Fig. 8-1, p. 166 (cont’d)