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Parenting and preschoolers’ executive functioning : A case of differential susceptibility?
A growing body of theoretical and empirical work has been attempting to answer the questions of how and how much of the effects of children’s early experience may depend on their inner characteristics. Theory and evidence ...
Deconstructing maternal sensitivity: Predictive relations to mother-child attachment in home and laboratory settings
Despite the well-documented importance of parental sensitivity for child development, there is a lack of consensus regarding how best to assess it. We investigated the factor structure of maternal caregiving behavior as ...