Promoting Proactive Behavior in Family Development With Loved and Reasoned Child Rearing Practice

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Krisanachot Bualar

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The research of psycho-behavioral science findings indicates that loved and reasoned child-rearing practice are appropriate ways of promoting proactive behavior for Thai children and youth. This article aims to present important factors related to the development of child behavior from families based on the Interactionism model. Which explaining important factors for the success of child rearing practice. Moreover, this article also suggesting appropriate practices from evidence-based psycho-behavioral research that standard and reliable. From the literature review, the researcher found that Families with low loved and reasoned child rearing practice will lead children and youth to have risk or inappropriate behaviors. Especially, males and low GPA children. Furthermore, this article will be able to increase the understanding of the relationships between causal factors and the principles of loved and reasoned child-rearing practice.

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Bualar, K. (2020). Promoting Proactive Behavior in Family Development With Loved and Reasoned Child Rearing Practice . Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 12(2), 1-21. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JBSD/article/view/242150
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