Why do Toddlers have Frequent Noncompliant Behaviors?

Even though most children begin to exhibit non-compliant behaviors around age two (i.e., the terrible twos) because this is the stage at which they begin to explore their autonomy and independence, based on the results of one study, more frequent non-compliance is more likely to happen with children who attend lower quality child care and who have fewer quality interactions with caregivers, and with children from families with less parental involvement or lower quality interactions with their children. If the level of non-compliant behavior continues to escalate and if it becomes aggressive at age 3-5 or above, consulting a qualified psychologist may be necessary.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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