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The Effects of Maternal Acceptance Attitudes toward Children's Emotional Expressiveness and Children's Emotional Intelligences on Peer's Interactions

The Effects of Maternal Acceptance Attitudes toward Children's Emotional Expressiveness and Children's Emotional Intelligences on Peer's Interactions

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This study investigated the effects of maternal acceptance attitudes towards children's emotional expressiveness and children’s emotional intelligences on peer interaction. A total of 145 Korean mothers with children from 3-5 years old and children's teachers were selected from 4 kindergartens and 6 daycare centers in Incheon and Kyunggi areas. The results were as follows. First, generally, children's emotional intelligence was significantly different depending on gender of the children. Second, there was no difference based on age and gender in maternal acceptance attitudes towards a child's positive emotional expressiveness, but there was a difference based on gender in maternal acceptance attitudes toward a child's negative emotional expressiveness. Third, the children's positive peer interaction was significantly different depending on gender of the children, but the children's negative peer interaction was significantly different based on age and gender of the children.

Ⅰ. Introduction Ⅱ. Research Method Ⅲ. RESULTS Ⅳ. Conclusion References

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