publication . Article . 2017

English

Jiji Mary Antony; Suresh Sebastian Vadakedom;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare, volume 4, pages 5,806-5,811 (issn: 2349-2562, eissn: 2349-2570, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Level Up Business Center
Abstract
BACKGROUND Parenting is the process of giving care to the young and preparing them to face the challenges of life. Diana Baumrind introduced the models of parenting, authoritative, authoritarian and permissive depending on the level of demandingness and responsiveness. Defective parenting is associated with problem behaviours in children. This study was undertaken to find out which parenting style is least associated with behavioural problems and what are the problems associated with the different parenting style. MATERIALS AND METHODS 46 children who were admitted with minor illness at the institute of Child Health, Kottayam from January 2017 to Oct 2017 were e...
Subjects
free text keywords: Medicine, business.industry, business, Clinical psychology, Anesthesia, Parents, Parenting, Problem Behaviour, Childcare, Permissive., General works, R5-130.5
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