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A secure base from which to regulate: Attachment security in toddlerhood as a predictor of executive functioning at school entry
In light of emerging evidence suggesting that the affective quality of parent-child relationships may relate to individual differences in young children's executive functioning (EF) skills, the aim of this ...
Attachment security and developmental patterns of growth in executive functioning during early elementary school
Growth in executive functionning
Despite the extensive research demonstrating the importance of child executive functioning (EF) for school adjustment, little longitudinal work has formally examined developmental change in EF during the early school years. ...
Parent–child relationships and child executive functioning at school entry: the importance of fathers
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-06-21)
This study aimed to examine the unique and interactive contributions of the quality of mothers’ and fathers’ relationships with their toddlers to the prediction of children’s subsequent executive functioning (EF). The ...
From early relationships to preacademic knowledge : a socio-cognitive developmental cascade to school readiness.
This study aimed to test a four-wave sequential mediation model linking mother–child attachment to children’s school readiness through child executive functioning (EF) and prosociality in toddlerhood and the preschool ...