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Parental Sensitivity is defined as a parent’s ability to notice a child’s signals, interpret them correctly, and respond to them promptly. Sensitivity is a dyadic concept, as it involves determining how the child responds to the parent’s behavior. High sensitivity has been found to protect children from consequences of parental and family adversity.
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Chaney, Abby; Corbin, Taylor; Workman, Sierra; Stone, Brandi; and Kidwell, Shari L., "Parental sensitivity in a play task: Associations with preschooler psychological symptoms" (2023). 2023 Celebration of Student Scholarship - Poster Presentations. 64.
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