Research Findings on Factors in Toddlerhood and Later External Behavioral Problems

Based on the results of one study, both temperament of conflict-aggression at age 2 and maternal negativity is able to predict the subsequent preschoolers' external behavioral problems. 

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1: "Predicting Preschoolers' Externalizing Behaviors From Toddler Temperament, Conflict, And Maternal Negativity.," Developmental Psychology , 2003, by KH Rubin, KB Burgess, KM Dwyer. (Citations: 302).

Abstract 1. Rarely have researchers elucidated early childhood precursors of externalizing behaviors for boys and girls from a normative sample. Toddlers (N= 104; 52 girls) were observed interacting with a same-sex peer and their mothers, and indices of conflict- ...



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