“Parenting styles and attachment in school-aged children who stutter”

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Communication Disorders, Available online 9 December 2011 Su Re Lau, Janet M. Beilby, Michelle L. Byrnes, Neville W. Hennessey Parental input has been described as influential in early childhood stuttering yet the exact nature of this influence remains equivocal. The present study aimed to examine whether quantitative measures of parenting styles, parent and peer attachment patterns, and parent- and self-reported child behaviour could differentiate between school-aged children who stutter (CWS) (n = 10) and their fluent peers (n = 10).

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Communication Disorders, Available online 9 December 2011 Su Re Lau, Janet M. Beilby, Michelle L. Byrnes, Neville W. Hennessey Parental input has been described as influential in early childhood stuttering yet the exact nature of this influence remains equivocal. The present study aimed to examine whether quantitative measures of parenting styles, parent and peer attachment patterns, and parent- and self-reported child behaviour could differentiate between school-aged children who stutter (CWS) (n = 10) and their fluent peers (n = 10).

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“Parenting styles and attachment in school-aged children who stutter”