This week in parenting 3/12/16

A study has found that parenting practices of teenagers are poorer when there is an older sibling who has behavioral problems.

Temperament has been found to be a poor independent predictor of children's cognitive development and academic outcomes, but instead has been found to enhance the effects of parenting behaviors on these outcomes.

A study of Japanese teenagers has found that self-cutting is more common in those who feel unsafe at school.

A study has found an increase in diagnosis of mood disorders in canadian teenagers between 2003 and 2014.

A perception of high quality coparenting by the mother has been found to be linked to an increased rate of child disruptive behavior when combined with highly coercive parenting practices.


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