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Parental marital status and child self-regulation Public Deposited

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  • Parents play an essential role in their child’s development of the skills needed for self-regulation. The current study examined the relationship between parental marital status and child self-regulation. Analyzing a sample of 328 preschool children, results indicate having married parents is related to higher self-regulation in children. These results suggest that living in a single-parent or married parent household
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  • I would like to thank the College of Public Health & Human Sciences and the Undergraduate Research Award Program for support and funding for this study.
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