nlonghurst@csu.edu.au

252 – Parental phubbing and child social-emotional adjustment: A meta-analysis

Jinghui Zhang, Shanghai Normal University, China (z_jingyan@163.com)
Yan Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (liyan@shnu.edu.cn)
Chuanmei Dong, Macquarie University, Australia (chuanmei.dong@mq.edu.au)
Yue Jiang, Shanghai Normal University, China (903459906@qq.com)
Qing Zhang, Shanghai Normal University, China (1875505478@qq.com)

252 – Parental phubbing and child social-emotional adjustment: A meta-analysis View Presentation

251 – Art to Heart: Using art groups to heal and create relationships between early childhood educators and children who have experienced trauma

Shiri Hergass, Art2Heart Academy, Sydney (shiri.hergass@gmail.com)

251 – Art to Heart: Using art groups to heal and create relationships between early childhood educators and children who have experienced trauma View Presentation

250 – Language development patterns of toddlers and activities supporting communication and language skills: The experience of Indigami Child Development Centre

Nelli Khachatryan, European University of Armenia; Indigami Child Development Centre, Armenia (nellykhach@gmail.com)
Madonna Dubskaya, Indigami Child Development Centre, Armenia (amiclub.yerevan@gmail.com)

250 – Language development patterns of toddlers and activities supporting communication and language skills: The experience of Indigami Child Development Centre View Presentation

249 – COVID-19 parental distress and problematic media use of preschool children in China: A moderated serial mediation model

Juan Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (1000513598@smail.shnu.edu.cn)
Yuanyuan Zhai, Shanghai Normal University, China (1050782286@qq.com)
Yanan Zhao, Shanghai Normal University, China (283023340@qq.com)
Li Ye, Shanghai Normal University, China (1739717487@qq.com)
Jingyao Wang, Shanghai Normal University, China (1010550596@qq.com)
Yan Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (liyan@shnu.edu.cn)

249 – COVID-19 parental distress and problematic media use of preschool children in China: A moderated serial mediation model View Presentation

246 – COVID-19 affects parent-child relationships and preschoolers’ social adaptation in China

Wanjuan Weng, Shanghai Normal University, China (1000442418@smail.shnu.edu.cn)
Xiaoyun Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (1000510512@smail.shnu.edu.cn)
Shumin Wang, Shanghai Normal University, China (1000529027@smail.shnu.edu.cn)
Yan Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (liyan@shnu.edu.cn)

246 – COVID-19 affects parent-child relationships and preschoolers’ social adaptation in China View Presentation

245 – Maternal overcontrol and young children’s internalising problems in China: The roles of social competence and teacher-child conflict

Juanjuan Sun, Shanghai Normal University, China (sjj0256@163.com)
Yan Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (liyan@shnu.edu.cn)

245 – Maternal overcontrol and young children’s internalising problems in China: The roles of social competence and teacher-child conflict View Presentation

244 – Preliminary investigation of the role of hot and cool executive function skills in developmental stuttering

Hatun Zengin Bolatkale, California State University Fresno, USA (hatun@csufresno.edu)
Burcu Akcay, Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey (brc.akcayy@gmail.com)
Merve Aksoy, Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey (m.merveaksoy@outlook.com)
Esra Kaymis, Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey (esrakaymis19@gmail.com)
Ramazan Sertan Ozdemir, Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey (rsozdemir@medipol.edu.tr)

244 – Preliminary investigation of the role of hot and cool executive function skills in developmental stuttering View Presentation

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