Now showing items 1-4 of 4
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 ...
Examining the association between executive functions and developmental domains of low-income children in the United States and Turkey
(SAGE Publications Inc, 2019)
This study examined the relations between executive functions and developmental domains of preschool children from low-income families through an intercultural perspective in the U.S. and Turkey. A total of 471 children ...
Child-parent interactions in American and Turkish families: Examining measurement invariance analysis of child-parent relationship scale
(Public Library of Science, 2020)
The parent-child relationship is a cornerstone of early childhood development and one-way early childhood programs can have a positive influence on early development is to adopt programmatic features to enhance this ...
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 ...