Heavy criticism from a parent can increase aggressive behavior in children
Geplaatst op 20 november 2009 - 13:55
ScienceDaily (Nov. 20, 2009) — In a study published in an upcoming issue of The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry researchers show that over reactive parenting, such as heavy criticism or yelling as a response to a child's negative behavior, can produce higher levels of aggression or rule-breaking in a child who is normally introverted, non-benevolent, non-conscientious, or imaginative.
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