Changzhou Institute of Technology, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China
The mother-child relationship and parenting style are the two most important aspects of early childhood development and play an important role in children's problem behaviors. Study in Beijing? Preschool children and their mothers were selected as subjects, and questionnaires were used to investigate mother-child relationship, parenting style and preschool children's problem behaviors. The results showed that there was no difference in the performance of children's problem behaviors in different grades, but there were significant differences between boys and girls, and the problem behaviors of boys were higher than that of girls. The mother-child relationship and parenting style are related to the problem behavior of preschool children, and the mother-child conflict significantly positively predicts the child's problem behavior. The higher the mother-child relationship conflict, the more serious the child's problem behavior.
preschool children; mother-child relationship; parenting style; problem behavior
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