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Longitudinal Study: LSAC
Title: Self-regulation from birth to age seven : associations with maternal mental health, parenting, and social, emotional and behavioural outcomes for children
Authors: Williams, Kate 
Williams, Kate E 
Institution: Queensland University of Technology
Publication Date: 14-Aug-2014
Keywords: self-regulation
maternal mental health
early childhood
Abstract: Self-regulation refers to our individual capacities to regulate our behaviours, emotions, and thoughts, with these skills developing rapidly across early childhood. This thesis examined sleep, emotional, and cognitive regulation development, and related parental influences, for children participating in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Important longitudinal associations among children's self-regulation, maternal mental health, parenting, and later behaviour problems for children were also investigated. A unique contribution of this research was a prevalence estimate of early childhood self-regulation problems in Australian children that was documented for the first time
Keywords: Families -- Parents and Parenting; Health -- Mental; Children -- Early childhood; Families -- Mothers
Research collection: Theses and student dissertations
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