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Infant and Child Development, ISSN 1522-7227, 11/2019, Volume 28, Issue 6, p. n/a
Present study explores developmental trajectories of sleep problems and its associations with self‐regulation. Sleep problems, emotional, and behavioural... 
preschool age | toddlerhood | sleep problems | self‐regulation | emotional and behavioural problems
Journal Article
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, ISSN 0890-8567, 2010, Volume 49, Issue 12, pp. 1215 - 1224
Objective To test the fit of a seven-syndrome model to ratings of preschoolers' problems by parents in very diverse societies. Method Parents of 19,106... 
Pediatrics | Psychiatry | assessment | confirmatory factor analysis | preschoolers | taxonomy | multicultural | FIT INDEXES | RECOMMENDATIONS | PSYCHIATRY | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | PEDIATRICS | RELIABILITY | VALIDITY | Parent Attitudes | South America | Emotional Disturbances | Child Behavior Checklist | Error of Measurement | Check Lists | Europe | Australasia | Social Problems | Foreign Countries | Depression (Psychology) | Goodness of Fit | Middle East | Child Behavior | Measures (Individuals) | Behavior Problems | Asia | Classification | Anxiety | Cross Cultural Studies | Models | Psychopathology | Preschool Children | Affective Symptoms - diagnosis | Affective Symptoms - epidemiology | Humans | Child, Preschool | Mass Screening - statistics & numerical data | Infant | Male | Incidence | Social Behavior Disorders - psychology | Child Behavior Disorders - epidemiology | Female | Mental Disorders - diagnosis | Child Behavior Disorders - psychology | Reproducibility of Results | Child Behavior Disorders - diagnosis | Mental Disorders - epidemiology | Cross-Sectional Studies | Psychometrics - statistics & numerical data | Models, Psychological | Syndrome | Mental Disorders - psychology | Social Behavior Disorders - epidemiology | Personality Assessment - statistics & numerical data | Cross-Cultural Comparison | Affective Symptoms - psychology | Checklist | Social Behavior Disorders - diagnosis | Psychological aspects | Preschool children | Research | Children | Behavior | Psychology, Pathological | Testing | Parents & parenting | Comparative studies | Society | Child & adolescent psychiatry
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Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, ISSN 1537-4416, 05/2011, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp. 456 - 467
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Child & Youth Care Forum, ISSN 1053-1890, 6/2019, Volume 48, Issue 3, pp. 405 - 425
Little empirical research examines relationships among delivery mode, other childbirth-related factors, maternal characteristics, and child psychosocial... 
Child and School Psychology | Psychology | Emotional and behavioral problems | Delivery mode | Maternal self-efficacy | Developmental trajectories | Emergency caesarean section | Infant rearing attitudes | DEPRESSION | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | RISK | DISORDERS | MENTAL-HEALTH | CESAREAN-SECTION | IMPACT | CHILD-DEVELOPMENT | COMPLICATIONS | PARENTING SELF-EFFICACY | INFANT DISTRESS | Self Efficacy | Child Behavior | Behavior Problems | Check Lists | Parent Background | Emotional Problems | Child Development | Toddlers | Birth | Mothers | Child Rearing | Parenting | Child development | Analysis | Children | Behavior | Child psychopathology | Philosophy | Cesarean section | Young children | Psychosocial development | Gender | Latent class analysis | Selfefficacy | Parents & parenting | Social research | Self-efficacy | Membership | Latent structure analysis | Psychosocial factors | Age | Classes | Caesarean section | Emotional distress | Emotional-Behavioural problems | Empirical methods | Maternal characteristics | Prediction | Attitudes | Behaviour disordered children | Emotions | Childbirth & labor | Educational attainment | Children & youth | Emotional disturbance | Preschool children | Social problems | Psychological distress | Sexes | Selfreport | Parent-child relations | Child Behaviour Checklist | Class analysis | Behavioural problems
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Psichologija, ISSN 1392-0359, 07/2016, Volume 53, Issue 53, p. 89
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Psichologija, ISSN 1392-0359, 07/2017, Volume 55, Issue 55, p. 88
Vaikų gimimo seka šeimoje, arba gimimo eiliškumas, iki šiol yra veiksnys, kurio tiesioginis ar netiesioginis poveikis asmenybės raidai ir pasiekimams gyvenime... 
elgesio sunkumai | emocijų sunkumai | gimimo eiliškumas | ikimokyklinis amžius
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Infant Mental Health Journal, ISSN 0163-9641, 07/2016, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 401 - 410
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Infant Behavior and Development, ISSN 0163-6383, 08/2015, Volume 40, pp. 84 - 94
Developmental trajectories of mother-reported regulatory problems of typically developing children from age one and a half to four years old and possible... 
Preschool age | Maternal self-efficacy | Developmental trajectories | Maternal depressiveness | Self-regulation | Supportive parenting | TEMPERAMENT | EARLY PREDICTORS | BEHAVIOR | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | EARLY-CHILDHOOD | EFFORTFUL CONTROL | PARENTAL EFFICACY | INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES | ANTECEDENTS | YOUNG-CHILDREN
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Psichologija, ISSN 1392-0359, 07/2016, Volume 53
Šiame straipsnyje aprašomame tyrime analizuota, kaip su keturmečių miego sunkumais sąveikauja vaikų temperamento bruožai ir prieš metus vertintos motinų... 
miego sunkumai | motinų elgesio strategijos | neigiamas emocingumas | miego tvarkos pastovumas | ikimokyklinis amžius
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MEDICINA-LITHUANIA, ISSN 1010-660X, 10/2019, Volume 55, Issue 10, p. 688
Background and Objectives: There is evidence that eating meals or snacks while watching TV is an obesogenic factor. Moreover, the patterns of TV and other... 
body mass index | BEHAVIOR | PATTERNS | TIME | TELEVISION | CHILDHOOD | ATTITUDES | TODDLERS | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | eating habits | children | screen time | INFANTS | MEDIA | emotional and behavioral problems | TECHNOLOGY
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Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, ISSN 1063-4266, 6/2012, Volume 20, Issue 2, pp. 68 - 81
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