Full Contents of Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Volume I Wellbeing in Children and Families

Edited by Susan H. Landry and Cary L. Cooper

About the Editors

Contributors

Full Contents of Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Introduction to Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

1 Introduction

Susan H. Landry

Part 1 The Development of Early Social and Cognitive Skills Important for Child Wellbeing

2 Children's Self-Regulation and Executive Control: Critical for Later Years

Caron A. C. Clark, Miriam M. Martinez, Jennifer Mize Nelson, Sandra A. Wiebe, and Kimberly Andrews Espy

3 Children's Emotion Regulation in Classroom Settings

C. Cybele Raver

4 Early Math and Literacy Skills: Key Predictors of Later School Success

Greg J. Duncan, Chantelle Dowsett, and Joshua F. Lawrence

5 Children's Intrinsic Motivation to Learn: Does It Decline over Time and, If So, Why?

Verena Freiberger and Birgit Spinath

Part 2 Parenting and Children's Development

6 Parents' Role in Infants' Language Development and Emergent Literacy

Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Rufan Luo, and Lulu Song

7 Can Parents Be Supported to Use a Responsive Interaction Style with Young Children?

Susan H. Landry

8 Parenting and Executive Function: Positive and Negative Influences

Claire Hughes, Gabriela Roman, and Rosie Ensor

9 The Nature of Effective Parenting: Some Current Perspectives

Joan E. Grusec, Dilek Saritascedil, and Ella Daniel ...

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