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Published Nov 30, 2022

Zongbao Liang  

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Children's social adaptation is a manifestation of the level of their socialization. Positive social adaptation is represented by qualities such as pro-activeness, sensitivity, cooperation, and popularity among peers in children’s social interaction. Social adaptation difficulties include externaliz- ing behavior problems like anger and aggression and internalizing ones such as anxiety and withdrawal. Childhood social adaptation problems can impose negative influences on individuals’ future development




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Liang, Z. (2022). Negative Parenting Styles and Preschoolers’ Social Adaptation Difficulties: The Mediating Effect of Parent-Child Conflicts. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 12(2), 1660–1661. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/903
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