PSY 101 paper #1 - Emily Rushton G00392791 11/28/07 Journal...

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Emily Rushton G00392791 11/28/07 Journal of Family Psychology Vol. 21 September, 2007 P 529-532 1. What question or questions does this article address? This article addresses the question of the impact that interparental conflict and maternal sensitivity have on developing newborns from the ages of 4 months to 30 months. This article deals with not only these two aspects, but their affects separately and their affects to linked together and how both aspects influence a child’s character. Whether or not interparental conflict and maternal sensitivity affect behavioral inhibitions is also covered. 2. Why are the question(s) that the article addresses important ones to consider? The question of the affect of interparental conflict and maternal sensitivity on newborns is an important one to consider because when it is understood how newborns personalities are shaped, it can then be inferred later about the affects on their self-worth and other emotional and personality traits are developed. Interparental conflict has been studied extensively in children of toddler age and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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PSY 101 paper #1 - Emily Rushton G00392791 11/28/07 Journal...

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