Project C.A.L.M. (Calming Anger through Learning and Modeling): An Anger Management Program for Parents of 3-5 Year Olds
Master of Arts
Family Life Education
Capstone Committee Member (Advisor 1)
Capstone Committee Member (Advisor 2)
Capstone Committee Member (Advisor 3)
Children are being raised in a hurried world, filled with more violence and greater uncertainties than in days past. Parents play the most significant role in helping young children deal with the frustration and anger that are often created because of the stressors that surround them. This project is necessary to provide parents with the tools needed to practically intervene with aggressive preschoolers by modeling and teaching prosocial behaviors. The researcher hopes to confirm through information on related studies that positive role modeling, consistent practices, and prosocial learning activities can prevent or deter antisocial traits such as aggression.
Recommended CitationWilson, S. S. (2004). Project C.A.L.M. (Calming Anger through Learning and Modeling): An Anger Management Program for Parents of 3-5 Year Olds (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_mahs/37
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