Anger-prone children may benefit most from maternal sensitivity, study finds
Nancy McElwain and doctoral student Xi Chen
Nancy McElwain and Xi Chen
Photo by L. Brian Stauffer
October 4, 2019

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Momentary increases in mothers’ sensitivity to their toddlers’ cues and emotional needs may boost young children’s focused attention on tasks and positive engagement with their mother while lowering the children’s expressions of negative emotions, a new study found. Read more.