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Difficult temperament and children’s peer relations: The moderating role of quality of parent–child relationships
The current study is an examination of contributions of difficult temperament and qualities of parent–child relationship to Turkish children’s peer relations, with a specific focus on the moderating role of parent–child ...
Family context of low-income young children and their self-regulation in the United States and Turkey
(Routledge Journals, 2020)
The current study examines the contributions of family context (e.g. life events, home environments) to low-income preschool children's self-regulation (behaviour regulation and executive function) in the United States and ...
The association between learning behaviours and social competence of Turkish preschool children
The purpose of the current study was to examine the associations between learning behaviours and social competencies of Turkish preschool children. The participants were a total of 140 children (59 girls) with the mean age ...
The qualities of teacher-child relationships and self-regulation of children at risk in the United States and Turkey: The moderating role of gender
The current study is an examination of the teacher-child relationships (closeness and conflict) as a predictor of children's self-regulation in preschool, with a focus on child gender as moderator of associations between ...
Parenting styles and Turkish children's emotion regulation: The mediating role of parent-teacher relationships
The current study examined the contributions of parenting styles (inductive reasoning and punishment) and parent-teacher relationships to Turkish preschool children's emotion regulation, with a specific focus on the mediating ...