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Emotion Regulation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Role of Parent Co-Regulation and its Relations with Externalizing and Internalizing Problems
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often exhibit internalizing and externalizing problems, which may be explained by emotion regulation (ER) difficulties. Parent co-regulation (i.e., supporting their child’s ...
The Relationship Between Caregiver Emotional Availability, Caregiver Soothing Behaviours, and Infant Attachment Style in an Acute Pain Context: A Longitudinal Analysis
Through this study, the relationships between caregiver behaviours seen in immunization appointments (i.e. emotional availability, proximal soothing, distraction, verbal reassurance, and pacifying) across the first year ...
Using a Resilience Framework to Understand Aboriginal Parenting Practices in an Urban Aboriginal Community
Aboriginal communities in Canada have been portrayed as showing maladaptive parenting practices. Urban Aboriginal women now make up the majority of Aboriginal women in Canada, and research shows that they may face additional ...