Nataly, ┼×efan; IGNAT, Sonia
October 2015
Journal Plus Education / Educatia Plus;2015, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p241
Academic Journal
The topic is a hot topic no matter what period it is put into question. There will always be children, parents and adults that will always be preoccupied with the efficient education of their children. The objectives of the paper, resulted from the experience gained in activity with children and based on studying key literature, subsume to the purpose of showing that the educational parental style carries either a positive or a negative influence on the psychological development of the grown preschool child, depending on his character. The hypotheses were formulated so that other aspects of finesse to be surprised, namely the effects of the educational consensus and the absence of parenting style influence in the child's education, in terms of its psychological development.


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