Parenting Across Cultures is the largest multicultural and longitudinal study that is investigating the biological, familial, and cultural processes in the development of self-regulation and risk-taking among youth in 9 countries: The Philippines, China, Thailand, Colombia, Kenya, Italy, Sweden, and the United States. We have interviewed children and their parents annually since 2008 on parents’ behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs; children’s adjustment and self-regulation; the parent-child relationship; and culture. This research project informs theories of child and family development and will shape interventions and policies to prevent child and family risk.
Inquiries: Ms. Irene Venegas at 426-6001 (ext 5268) or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fee covers mid-a.m. snack & certificate.
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