Lugo-Gil Julieta & Tamis-LeMonda Catherine S. (2008). Â« Family Resources and Parenting Quality : Links to Childrenâ€™s Cognitive Development Across the First 3 Years Â». Child development, vol. 79, nÂ° 4, juilletâ€”aoĂ»t, p. 1065–1085. En ligne : <www.babywerk.be/images/news/MF-277-1224087688.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: LugoGil2008
Keywords: dĂ©veloppement cognitif, famille
Creators: Lugo-Gil, Tamis-LeMonda
Collection: Child development
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"Reciprocal associations among measures of family resources, parenting quality, and child cognitive performance were investigated in an ethnically diverse, low-income sample of 2,089 children and families. Family resources and parenting quality uniquely contributed to childrenâ€™s cognitive performance at 14, 24, and 36 months, and parenting quality mediated the effects of family resources on childrenâ€™s performance at all ages. Parenting quality continued to relate to childrenâ€™s cognitive performance at 24 and 36 months after controlling for earlier measures of parenting quality, family resources, and child performance. Similarly, childrenâ€™s early cognitive performance related to later parenting quality above other measures in the model. Findings merge economic and developmental theories by highlighting reciprocal influences among childrenâ€™s performance, parenting, and
family resources over time."
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