Thursday, September 18, 2008

Study: Parenting Style Influences Infant's Stress Response

Parenting style starts to influence a child's ability to deal with stress as early as six months of age, a new report says. The findings, published in the September/October issue of Child Development, show that parenting and genes influence how a child deals with stress, and that parental actions could put infants at risk of developing poor responses to such situations.

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