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ArtikelIncreasing Adolescent Mothers' Knowledge of Child Development : An Intervention Program  
Oleh: Anderson, Sarah L. ; Murphy, Kay R. ; Fulton, Arlene M.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Adolescence vol. 26 no. 101 (1991), page 73-82.
Topik: ADOLESCENTS; adolescent; child development; intervention program
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Isi artikelThis study focused upon an intervention program that allowed adolescent mothers to have major input in identifying knowledge they needed concerning their children's growth and their own parenting skills. Seventy - six females participated in the 4 - month program. A pretest - posttest design was used to measure changes in self - esteem, knowledge of child development, and tendencies toward inappropriate interactions with children. Analysis of effectiveness of this program indicated that it had been efective. Results revealed significant differences between pre - and posttest measures of child development knowledge in the areas of infant and toddler development. Further analysis indicated a significant change in the subjects' child abuse potential at the end of the program. No signfiicant difference could be found in measures of self - esteem between the beginning and end of the program. A 10 - month follow - up study coordinated between two public agencies found that none of the adolescent parents who had completed the program had been reported for child abuse or neglect. The results support the importance of short - term intervention programs for adolescent parents.
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