Yamaoka & Bard: Positive Parenting Matters in the Face of Early Adversity

 

Oklahoma's own researchers - Yui Yamaoka, MD, PhD and David E. Bard, PhD

Conclusion:

The number of adverse childhood experiences was associated with both socialโˆ’emotional deficits and developmental delay risks in early childhood; however, positive parenting practices demonstrated robust protective effects independent of the number of adverse childhood experiences. This evidence further supports promotion of positive parenting practices at home, especially for children exposed to high levels of adversity.

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