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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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Although the use of Western parent-child relationship concepts and classifications have been adapted for a myriad of cultures, Yeh's model is more appropriate for Asian cultural norms.
The training day included a 30-minute didactic lecture by a clinical psychologist about the assessment of parent-child interaction using the principles underlying the Solihull Approach.
For example, Kerr, Stattin, and Trost (1999) showed that mutual trust was related to the parent-child relationship and the child's willingness to communicate with the parents.
In this article we review studies of attrition in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), an empirically supported treatment for preschool-aged children with disruptive behavior disorders (DBDs).
1998) in which child disruptive behavior disorders are inadvertently established and/or maintained by the parent-child interactions.
In particular, the treatment of conflict-laden parent-child relationships is associated with (a) increased use of rational problem solving when attempting to resolve conflictual issues, (b) fewer incidents of verbal aggression at home, and (c) fewer incidents of acting-out behaviors at school.
Thus, the communicative characteristics of adult-child and parent-child speech are likely influenced by the sex of the child involved, and future research of fathers' CDS should not neglect to mention the sex of the child interlocutor.
The researchers defined a good parent-child relationship as one in which the parent knew about and approved of the child's activities, the parent participated in activities with the child, and the child reported feeling close to the parent.
The imprecision of such an analogy reveals the deeper truth that activities and even sentiments only superficially resemble our own more modern structures, and that to isolate parent-child relations from the larger context of Renaissance demands of land and lineage does nearly as much violence to the experience of premodern childhood as the more egregiously erroneous position that Renaissance Florentines thought of their children only as heirs.
Already on entering the new Parent-Child Office on the ground floor of the Lufthansa Group office building at Frankfurt Airport, it is clear that this is no ordinary workplace.
Sentz, a teacher at Cloverbank Elementary School in New York, offers a month-by-month themed writing program based on parent-child writing journals and family scrapbooks, aimed at getting parents involved in helping kids learn to write.
The researchers looked at eighty parent-child groups with an 8 to 12-year-old overweight or obese child, and randomly assigned families into parent-only or parent + child treatment programs for five months.

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