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Early Language Skills Reduce Preschool Tantrums, Study FindsJanuary 04, 2013
Toddlers who have more developed language skills are less likely to throw temper tantrums by the time they begin preschool, according to a new study. This is likely because they are better able to talk about their frustrations, according to researchers, from Pennsylvania State University. They followed 120 predominately white children from the ages of 18 months to 4 years and measured their language skills and their ability to cope with frustration.
In one test, for example, the children's ability to control their anger was observed as they had to wait eight minutes before opening a gift while their mothers completed a questionnaire. To read more, click hereBack to NASET News Alert