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L13 - Parenting and Parenting Styles Outline

L13 - Parenting and Parenting Styles Outline - Parenting...

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    Parenting and Parenting  Styles: There’s more to parenting than attachment
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    Child Rearing as part of an  Average  Expectable Environment Components of an Average Expectable Environment: Preadaptation : Children are genetically programmed to respond to and develop within a specific range of environmental experiences. Variation : Within the genetically specified range of environments, a variety of environmental conditions can promote normal human development (e.g., variations in family structure). Limitations : Environments that fall outside of the species- normal range will not promote normal development.
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                          Figure 1 Average Expectable Environment Within Species Range Provisions for needs Consistent caregiving Neglect Abuse
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    Parenting that Promotes Normal  Development Adequate provision of nutritional, health, and physical growth needs. Providing developmentally appropriate levels and types of nurturance. (understanding types of cries for infants) Setting reasonable and age appropriate demands, rules, and expectations.
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