Research Review: Chaotic households undermine children’s development of executive functioning through less responsive parenting

Jan 14, 2022

In this episode, a research study referenced on psypost.org caught my eye and I wanted to share it and talk about how it reflects what I see in the playroom at my practice and my interaction with parents.  In the research they make three points. First that executive functioning is compromised.  I explain what that means and how it affects kids. Next, how parental responsiveness influences outcomes. Finally, how academic success is affected.
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