This week in parenting: 20/8/14
A study of Australian parents use of parenting strategies has highlighted the need for greater awareness of the broad range of positive ways to manage children's behavior.
A study has found a significant relationship between more sleep disturbance in the mother and a poorer maternal perception of their relationship with the infant.
A systematic review has found that the literature consistently shows reduced sleep duration and/or delayed sleep when screen time increases.
A study has linked adolescent enrollment in psychosocial care with poor family support and poor parenting skills particularly inadequate supervision and inconsistent disciplining.
Teenagers with a high competence profile have been found to be more likely to have a higher income and higher occupational level in midlife.
College students who were formerly bullied have been found to have worse mental and physical health.