Resilience classification framework: an exploration of child resilience status in relation to school adjustment, parenting practices and family factors

Mutimer, A 2017, Resilience classification framework: an exploration of child resilience status in relation to school adjustment, parenting practices and family factors, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University.


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Title Resilience classification framework: an exploration of child resilience status in relation to school adjustment, parenting practices and family factors
Author(s) Mutimer, A
Year 2017
Abstract Dr Mutimer investigated resilience in pre-school children using the Resilience Classification Framework (RCF). The research found that the four identified groups (Resilient; Good Expected: Poor Expected; Vulnerable) differed significantly on school adjustment and on a range of parenting factors. These findings add to our understanding of resilience in young children.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Health and Biomedical Sciences
Subjects Developmental Psychology and Ageing
Keyword(s) Child Resilience
Parenting
School adjustment
Resilience measurement
Resilience framework
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