By Jo Douglas
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They do not want to disturb their child by commenting on how good he or she is in case the child starts to demand attention again. In many instances the parents may not realize that their child is well occupied and has not interfered with them until it is too late and the child has started to demand attention. Parents can often be experts at telling their children what is naughty behaviour but not necessarily at telling them what is good behaviour. Children are expected to know it or extrapolate from the reprimands.
They include tests of concepts (size, colour, number), spatial skills (jigsaws, puzzles), fine motor co-ordination (drawing and mazes), verbal reasoning and vocabulary (Wechsler 1967; McCarthy 1970). Language delay is one of the most important areas to check as it is highly correlated with behaviour problems and later reading difficulties at school (Stevenson 1985). Parents who do not detect an intermittent hearing loss can become irritable and controlling and label their child as disobedient and unresponsive.
One mother surprised herself one morning when she awoke early to hear her two children whispering downstairs in the kitchen. She crept quietly down to find out what was happening and heard her 5-year-old girl tell her 3-year-old brother to open the fridge and get out some chocolate. The sister stood back while the little boy did as he was told. He had to reach up high to get the chocolate and accidentally knocked over a bottle of milk. ’ Is there parental conflict? When recounting the problems they have with their children, parents will often appear to put all the blame on their children.