Claire Hofer

Claire Hofer
Université de Lille · PSITEC Psychologie : interactions, temps, émotions, cognition - EA 4072

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The increase of digital devices in family life leads to growing concerns about their use by both parents and children. When occurring during shared time, digital devices use might interfere with parent-child interactions. Labelled as technoference by McDaniel and Coyne (2016), the interruption of exchanges due to digital media conducted to more beh...
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La place grandissante des écrans dans la vie des familles pose la question de leurs éventuels impacts sur les relations parents-enfants et le développement des enfants. En effet, l’utilisation des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (TIC) par les parents et l’enfant pourrait nuire aux interactions et réduire l’attention des parents...
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Exploration des relations entre perfectionnisme, symptômes liés aux TCA et comportements de vérification.
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Research has demonstrated that emotions expressed in parent-child relationships are associated with children’s school success. Yet the types of emotional expressions, and the mechanisms by which emotional expressions are linked with children’s success in school, are unclear. In the present article, we focused on negative emotion reciprocity in pare...
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Adaptation of the sociocultural attitudes towards appearance questionnaire-3 for peers and family.
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The purpose of the study was to examine associations between mothers' socialization practices in childhood and adolescence and offsprings' (N = 32, 16 female) sympathy/concern in early adulthood. Mothers reported on their socialization practices and beliefs a total of 6 times using a Q-sort during their offsprings' childhood (between 7-8 and 11-12...
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Although conflict is a normative part of parent–adolescent relationships, conflicts that are long or highly negative are likely to be detrimental to these relationships and to youths’ development. In the present article, sequential analyses of data from 138 parent–adolescent dyads (adolescents’ mean age was 13.44, SD = 1.16; 52 % girls, 79 % non-Hi...
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La question des spécificités culturelles du trouble d’anxiété sociale s’est posée dès son intégration à la nosographie des troubles psychopathologiques. Nous avons repris cette question dans le cadre du traitement d’un trouble d’anxiété sociale chez une patiente migrante. Nous avons mis en place une thérapie cognitivo-comportementale en nous attach...
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We examined stability and change in prosocial moral reasoning (PRM) assessed longitudinally at ages 20/21, 22/23, 24/25, 26/27, and 31/32 years (N = 32; 16 female) using a pencil-and-paper measure of moral reasoning and examined relations of PRM and prosocial behavior with one another and with empathy, sympathy measured with self- and friend report...
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Stability and change in mother-adolescent conflict reactions (CRs) and the prediction of CRs from adolescents' earlier behavior problems (and vice versa) were examined with 131 mothers and their adolescents (63 boys). Dyads engaged in a 6-minute conflict discussion twice, 2 years apart (M age was 13 at Time 1 (T1). Nonverbal expressive and verbal C...
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In a sample (n = 235) of 30-, 42-, and 54-month-olds, the relations among parenting, effortful control (EC), impulsivity, and children's committed compliance were examined. Parenting was assessed with mothers' observed sensitivity and warmth; EC was measured by mothers' and caregivers' reports, as well as a behavioral task; impulsivity was assessed...
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Research Findings: The purpose of this study was to test the premise that children's effortful control (EC) is prospectively related to their academic achievement and to specify mechanisms through which EC is related to academic success. We used data from 214 children (M age at Time 1 [T1] = 73 months) to test whether social functioning (e.g., soci...
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Data were collected when children were 42, 54, and 72 months of age (Ns = 210, 191, and 172 for T1, T2, and T3, respectively). Children's emotion understanding (EU) and theory of mind (ToM) were examined as predictors of children's prosocial orientation within and across time. EU positively related to children's sympathy across 2.5 years, and T1 EU...
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The relations among effortful control, ego resiliency, socialization, and social functioning were examined with a sample of 182 French adolescents (14-20 years old). Adolescents, their parents, and/or teachers completed questionnaires on these constructs. Effortful control and ego resiliency were correlated with adolescents' social functioning, esp...
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The relations of control/regulation-related temperamentally based dispositions (effortful control (EC), impulsivity, and approach/avoidance) to externalizing problems and personality ego resiliency were examined in a sample of 467 children (M age = 7.46 years), some of whom were children of alcoholics (COAs). In addition, we examined if the relatio...
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In a sample of 18-, 30-, and 42-month-olds, the relations among parenting, effortful control (EC), and maladjustment were examined. Parenting was assessed with mothers' reports and observations; EC was measured with mothers' and caregivers' reports, as well as a behavioral task; and externalizing and internalizing symptoms were assessed with parent...
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We examined the relations of 84 preschoolers' (43 boys; mean age=54 months) situational stress reactivity to their observed emotions and mothers' reports of temperament and adjustment. Salivary cortisol and salivary alpha-amylase (sAA) were collected prior to, and following, a frustrating task. Children's anger, sadness, and positive affect were me...
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Parent–Adolescent Conflict: What is Known and Why is it Important?Quality of the Parent–Adolescent Conflicts and Adolescents' Socioemotional OutcomesConceptual FrameworksPrediction of the Quality of Parent-Child Interaction from Parenting: Empirical FindingsDispositional Correlates of Parent-Adolescent Conflict ReactionsSex Differences in Conflict-...
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Trajectories for Control/Regulation, Negative Emotionality, Resiliency, Externalizing, and Parenting Over TimePrediction of Parent–Adolescent Conflict Reactions at T4 from the Individual Growth CurvesMediational AnalysesNotes
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Prediction of Conflict Reactions and Reported Intensity of ConflictFuture DirectionsStrengths and Limitations of the StudyNote
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Relations of Age with the Major VariablesSex Differences in the Major VariablesDescriptive Data on the Ratings of Seriousness of Various Conflict IssuesRelations among Parenting VariablesRelations among Child Dispositional/Externalizing Behavior VariablesCorrelations among Conflict Reactions within Mothers and AdolescentsPredictors/Correlates of Mo...
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The Construct of Emotion-Related RegulationThe Biological Bases of Effortful Control and Self-RegulationEnvironmental Influences on Emotion-Related RegulationEmotion Regulation, Correlates, and CultureSummaryReferences
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The goals of the present study were to examine (1) the mean-level stability and differential stability of children's positive emotional intensity, negative emotional intensity, expressivity, and social competence from early elementary school-aged to early adolescence, and (2) the associations between the trajectories of children's emotionality and...
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Adolescence is often thought of as a period during which parent-child interactions can be relatively stressed and conflictual. There are individual differences in this regard, however, with only a modest percent of youth experiencing extremely conflictual relationships with their parents. Relatively little empirical research, however, addresses ind...
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The relations of children's (n = 214 at Time 1; M age = 6 years at Time 1) dispositional sympathy to adult-reported and behavioral measures of effortful control (EC) and impulsivity were examined in a longitudinal study including five assessments, each two years apart. Especially for boys, relatively high levels of EC and growth in EC were related...
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The authors examined the relations of maternal supportive parenting to effortful control and internalizing problems (i.e., separation distress, inhibition to novelty), externalizing problems, and social competence when toddlers were 18 months old (n = 256) and a year later (n = 230). Mothers completed the Coping With Toddlers' Negative Emotions Sca...
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The developmental trajectories of attention focusing (by parents' and teachers' reports) and attentional and behavioral persistence (observed during a laboratory task)--2 indexes of effortful control--and externalizing problems from ages 5 to 10 years were examined for 356 children combined from a pair of 3-wave (2 years apart) longitudinal studies...
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It is a well-established finding that children who are popular with peers tend to be prosocial and relatively appropriate in their social interactions (Rubin, Bukowski, & Parker, 1998). Thus, it is reasonable to predict that children who are liked by peers tend to be fairly well regulated. However, children who are overcontrolled - rigid and overly...
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Emotion-related regulation is a topic of considerable current interest; however, this was not always true. We briefly discuss the history of interest in the topic and then the current state of the field, including definitions of the construct. In addition, we summarize some of the important issues for future attention, including definitional issues...
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The purpose of this study was to test relations between parental temperamental emotionality and regulation or related personality characteristics and parental behavior, children's regulation, and children's social functioning. Mothers and fathers reported on their own personality and/or temperament and expressivity in the family (mothers only); par...
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Thesis (M.A.)--Arizona State University, 2003. Includes bibliographical references (leaves [119]-134).

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The aims of the project are to study the determinants of ICT's use by children aged 6 to 12 and their parents, to study the links between the use of ICTs and the socio-emotional development of the child and family relations. The aim is thus to highlight vulnerability and protection factors on the effects of using ICT to set up support for families in order to minimize risks and maximize opportunities related to the use of ICTs by the children.