Self-regulation in the lives of children from birth through age five has recently become the object of much research. This paper explores the healthy development of self-regulation as well as the deterrents to its development within the first five years of life. It is necessary to understand the risk factors associated with the disruption of self-regulation in young children to accurately apply interventions in support of its repair. This work concludes with a brief discussion of the relationship between self- regulation and Adlerian psychology.
Self-Regulation in Children Birth to Five: Development, Deterrents, Support and Interventions
Nancy K. Paulson
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