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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 University Hospital Bonn is building the new parent-child center on the Venusberg.
In Pakistan, few researches have been conducted in past decades which measured parent-child relationships directly or indirectly.
Positive parent-child relationships provide the foundation for children's learning.
When asked about the case, Carrie Cohen, an attorney at Morrison & Foerster who formerly was a federal prosecutor in the SDNY, said that from a legal point of view parent-child privilege--which has a very narrow use--"doesn't come into play in this case.
As children come to the workshops with their parents, parent-child relationships are strengthened, children feel more secure as they feel the support of their parents, children are more emotionally healthy, self-confident, able to explore more and acquire a deeper learning.
Of the parent-child attorneys who responded to the same question, just five (4%) strongly agreed with the proposition, while thirty-three individuals (29%) agreed with the proposition.
Keywords: diabetes, DM1, parent-child agreement, parent involvement, treatment adherence
Maha Al Mazrouei, Head of Child Development at FDF, said the workshops on improving parent - child relationships is the first phase of two planned awareness programmes, the second of which will target parent-child relations during puberty.
Non-hierarchy K-means cluster analysis method was applied to categorize the participants into six parent-child relationship subtypes (including both child-parent and parent-child) according to the relative weights of the three emotional components.
The outcomes evaluated included parent-child communication about sex, parental monitoring, the sexual knowledge, attitudes, intentions, self-efficacy and behaviour of adolescents, and sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.
2 million grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) Johns Hopkins nurse research Deborah Gross, DNSc, RN, FAAN, will answer that question by comparing and measuring the impact on Baltimore families of two programs: Gross' Chicago Parent Program and the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), the current "gold standard" in parenting interventions.
Ellis finds that orchid children who have higher quality parent-child relationships start puberty later and go through puberty more slowly, in contrast, lower quality parent-child relationships forecast the opposite pattern.

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