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parent-child

In database management, a relationship between two files. The parent file contains required data about a subject, such as employees and customers. The child is the offspring; for example, an order is the child to the customer, who is the parent.


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The research paper, titled "Parent-child bond predicts depression, anxiety in teens attending high-achieving schools" indicated that kids who maintained a good level of trust, alienation and communication with their parents during adolescents performed well in school.
Evidence also shows that secure attachment and bonding with a parent, which often occurs during parent-child play, is important for a child's emotional wellbeing, including stress and anxiety reduction.
Meaningful play EARLY parent-child play allows children to make sense of their world, by pointing to things in the environment and expressing what they are.
Lap sit consists of small parent-child groups designed for families to celebrate babies' achievements and have fun with books, toys, songs and finger plays.
However, aside from findings on the negative effects of failure to engage in family communication, little is known about how to support and encourage parent-child communication in the context of childhood cancer (Adduci et al., 2012).
The researchers conducted the interviews by telephone, asking participants to work backwards in time to review all incidents of interparental and parent-child aggression.
"Vindication upon final review of a final judgment is an empty consolation when the very purpose of the Doctrine of Parent-Child Immunity, preservation of peace and harmony of the family, is long since destroyed."
'The study provides very promising evidence that an early and brief psycho therapeutic intervention that focuses on the parent-child relationship and on enhancing emotion development may be a powerful and low-risk approach to the treatment of depression,' said lead author Joan Luby from the Washington University School of Medicine.
Greater parent-child communication in early adolescence predicted greater connectivity of the ASN at age 25, the researcher said.
Parent-child relationships may benefit from educators sharing their knowledge of children's development and supportive parenting practices with parents.

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