A brief review about parental involvement and children's cognitive behavioral performance

Authors

  • Haiqing Wei

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2182

Keywords:

Parental involvement; Literature review; Child development.

Abstract

Parental involvement is closely related to the development of children's cognitive and behavioral performance. Existing studies have proved the positive role of parental involvement in the growth of children. This study is committed to clarifying the specific aspects and process mechanisms of parental involvement affecting children by systematically sorting out and summarizing existing studies with the theme of parental involvement and children’s development. And on this basis, the relationship between the current parental involvement and the traditional family gender division of labor, the intervention research for parental involvement in special families were also further explored.

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Published

2022-10-18

How to Cite

Wei, H. (2022). A brief review about parental involvement and children’s cognitive behavioral performance. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 20, 152–157. https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2182