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Title of Article Child-Rearing Practices and Its Effect on Cognitive Development of Children at the First Year of Age: The Prospective Cohort Study of Thai Children 
Date of Acceptance 19 August 2018 
     Title of Journal Kathmandu University Medical Journal (KUMJ) 
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     Institute of Journal Kathmandu University School Of Medical Sciences (KUSMS) Dhulikhel Hospital - Kathmandu University Hospital Dhulikhel, Kavre, Nepal P.O.Box number: 11008, Kathmandu Nepal 
     Volume 16 
     Issue 61 
     Year of Publication 2018 
     Abstract ABSTRACT Background Child-rearing during the first year of age has long been known as a strong predictor of child cognitive development, particularly cognitive development. Most studies investigated styles and factors related to child-rearing, but the study of impact of child-rearing practices on child development is limited and unclear. Objective To investigate the child-rearing practices and its effect on cognitive development of children at the age of 12 months, in Thailand. Method This study is part of the prospective cohort study of Thailand. The data were collected via face-to-face interviews and child cognitive development assessment using Capute scale. The multivariable linear regression was used to determine the effect of child rearing practices on child cognitive development. Results Among the total of 4,116 infants. The most common child rearing practices mostly performed by care givers for the responsiveness domains were warmth (96.60 %). Concerning demandingness, only proper confrontation was perform by (39.94%). Factor influencing the cognitive development were: Total score; the children who were not reared warmly, had lower Capute score with the mean difference of -7.69, 95% CI: -12.25 to -3.14. For Cognitive Adaptive Test score; the children who were not reared with warmly, had a lower Capute score with the mean difference of -8.11, 95% CI: -14.37 to -1.85. For Clinical Linguistic and Auditory Milestone Scales score; the children who were not reared warmly, had a lower cognitive score with the mean difference of -8.72, 95%CI: -14.74 to -2.69. Do not giving children in proper confrontation had a lower cognitive score than those who were, with the mean difference of -3.06, 95%CI: -5.26 to -0.86. Conclusion When controlled the influence of other variables, raring with warmth was the strongest predictor of child cognitive development.  
     Keyword Child Rearing, Cognitive Development, Linear regression model, Prospective Cohort Study of Thailand 
567110012-0 Miss SUKANYA KANSIN [Main Author]
Public Health Doctoral Degree

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