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Crane Research Forum: The contribution of fathers in emotion socialization
Each month’s Crane Research Forum features research on emerging or key topics that impact the field of early child care and education. These events are free and open to all, but registration is required.
OCTOBER CRANE RESEARCH FORUM
The contribution of fathers in emotion socialization
Wednesday, October 13 • 12-1pm • Zoom
Dr. Xin Feng, Crane Center faculty affiliate and assistant professor in the Department of Human Sciences
Emotion socialization is the idea that learning, understanding, expressing, and regulating emotions happens in social contexts. This process directly connects with future socioemotional outcomes for children. Dr. Xin Feng will discuss her recent study of how fathers uniquely contribute to this development in 3- and 4-year-old children. Dr. Feng’s research centers on the interplay of temperament, emotion regulation, parent-child interaction, and contextual influences (e.g., parental mental health and culture) in the development of adaptive and maladaptive socioemotional functioning throughout childhood.
- October 13
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Crane Research Forum
- Event Tags:
- child development, development, early child care, early childhood, emotion socialization, families, fathers, parenting, pre-k, preschool, regulation, social-emotional
- Zoom Webinar
- Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy