Good Parenting for Difficult Babies

Difficult babies who have had high-quality parenting may become the most academically competent and socially skilled students in first grade. Listen to Dr. Stright’s description of a difficult baby, her contention that having a difficult baby is not all bad, and her suggestions for how you can make a difference in that baby’s future education.
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May 8, 2009
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Dr. Anne Dopkins Stright is the Director and an Associate Professor in the Human Development Ph.D. program in the Counseling and Educational Psychology Department at Indiana University. Her research explores how families affect child and adolescent development, particularly how parenting affects children’s development.
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