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www.helpingpsychology.com Parenting Styles in Psychology  http://windowsofhopecounseling.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/is...
The link between parenting styles and how children grow and develop is very complex.  www.helpingpsychology.com http://www...
www.helpingpsychology.com In the early 1960s, psychologist Diana Baumrind did a study on pre-school aged kids.  http://i.i...
Dr. Baumrind created four main catagories to identify parenting styles: demanding, undemanding, responsiveness and unrespo...
Authoritative Parenting (Demanding /Responsive)   www.helpingpsychology.com Authoritative parenting is considered to be an...
Under this category, kids are expected to maintain maturity and respect the rules set in place.  www.helpingpsychology.com...
www.helpingpsychology.com Open communication is encouraged between the parent and child.  http://www.isc.an/images/other/P...
Punishments are reasonable and consistent with the child’s actions. Parents are attentive, forgiving and teach their offsp...
This democratic style of parenting allows the child to become more independent and socially responsible, while promoting h...
Authoritarian Parenting (Demanding /Unresponsive)  www.helpingpsychology.com Authoritarian, or strict parenting, usually i...
Children under this rule may have lower self-esteem as adults and are more likely to be lead by others.  Psychology Degree...
Permissive or Indulgent Parenting (Undemanding/Responsive)   Psychology Degrees   www.helpingpsychology.com In this type, ...
Psychology Degrees   www.helpingpsychology.com These parents are open and supportive and tend to avoid confrontation.  Thi...
One positive thing is that these children may become more emotionally stable and independent.  Psychology Degrees   www.he...
Neglectful or Uninvolved Parenting  (Undemanding/Unresponsive)   Psychology Degrees   www.helpingpsychology.com This style...
Neglected children tend to show erratic behavior and are usually socially withdrawn.  Healthy development is important for...
Most parenting styles blend, as the mother and father may exhibit different types of behavior.  www.helpingpsychology.com ...
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Healthy development is important for all children and leads to greater success as an adult. Most parenting styles blend, as the mother and father may exhibit different types of behavior.

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  1. 1. www.helpingpsychology.com Parenting Styles in Psychology http://windowsofhopecounseling.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/istock_parenting.jpg
  2. 2. The link between parenting styles and how children grow and develop is very complex. www.helpingpsychology.com http://www.growingtreetoys.com/uploads/images/learning-center.jpg
  3. 3. www.helpingpsychology.com In the early 1960s, psychologist Diana Baumrind did a study on pre-school aged kids. http://i.ivillage.com/PP/slideshow/trends2010/simplicity-parenting-325.jpg
  4. 4. Dr. Baumrind created four main catagories to identify parenting styles: demanding, undemanding, responsiveness and unresponsiveness. www.helpingpsychology.com http://www.patlakecounty.org/images/home_img3.jpg , http://parentplan101.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Judy_Reith_Parenting_People_Parenting_Courses.jpg , http://www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk/images/parent3.jpg
  5. 5. Authoritative Parenting (Demanding /Responsive) www.helpingpsychology.com Authoritative parenting is considered to be an ideal, balanced style. http://www.ea.e-renfrew.sch.uk/parents/images/Parentandchild.jpg 1
  6. 6. Under this category, kids are expected to maintain maturity and respect the rules set in place. www.helpingpsychology.com http://www.goodparenting.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/solution-parenting.jpg
  7. 7. www.helpingpsychology.com Open communication is encouraged between the parent and child. http://www.isc.an/images/other/Parents.jpg
  8. 8. Punishments are reasonable and consistent with the child’s actions. Parents are attentive, forgiving and teach their offspring proper behavior. Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com http://www.more4kids.info/uploads/Image/April/parenting-talking-to-child.jpg
  9. 9. This democratic style of parenting allows the child to become more independent and socially responsible, while promoting high self-esteem. www.helpingpsychology.com http://www.parentsrus.com.au/images_template/positive_parenting.jpg
  10. 10. Authoritarian Parenting (Demanding /Unresponsive) www.helpingpsychology.com Authoritarian, or strict parenting, usually involves high expectations by the parent but little open communication. http://images.mirror.co.uk/upl/m4/apr2009/6/4/single-parent-98682428.jpg 2
  11. 11. Children under this rule may have lower self-esteem as adults and are more likely to be lead by others. Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/07/03/article-1197348-04511B6E0000044D-653_468x344.jp
  12. 12. Permissive or Indulgent Parenting (Undemanding/Responsive) Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com In this type, parents have low expectations and allow their children to make their own decisions. http://www.topnezws.in/files/Parents-1.jpg 3
  13. 13. Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com These parents are open and supportive and tend to avoid confrontation. This causes the kids to become impulsive and demanding. http://www.all-about-motherhood.com/images/uninvolved-parenting.jpg
  14. 14. One positive thing is that these children may become more emotionally stable and independent. Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com http://thevoiceforschoolchoice.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/engaged-parents-south-carolina-school-choice.jpg
  15. 15. Neglectful or Uninvolved Parenting (Undemanding/Unresponsive) Psychology Degrees www.helpingpsychology.com This style of parenting is defined by little interaction between the parent and child. http://www.pcc.edu/programs/parent-education/images/parent.jpg 4
  16. 16. Neglected children tend to show erratic behavior and are usually socially withdrawn. Healthy development is important for all children and leads to greater success as an adult. www.helpingpsychology.com http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/20/article-0-0577312A000005DC-450_468x307.jpg
  17. 17. Most parenting styles blend, as the mother and father may exhibit different types of behavior. www.helpingpsychology.com http://helpingpsychology.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/iStock_000008985845XSmall.jpg
  18. 18. www.argosy.edu www.HelpingPsychology.com Helping Psychology Is Sponsored By
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