Masten 2001

External factors important in building a context for healthy development across childhood (Masten, 2004; Masten, 2001) include parenting that includes warmth , consistency , age-appropriate expectations , praise for accomplishments (., using the toilet), and consistent routines and rules . When providing such an environment does not come naturally to parents, prevention interventions can help them to build the knowledge and skills important for healthy development and the prevention of subsequent problem behaviors such as drug abuse.

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