Parents around the world argue about how to raise their children and what methods to use. But is it really important? Are some parenting methods better than others? A group of researchers from Harvard University (USA) asked these questions.
One of the initiators of the experiment, Professor Ying Chen, said: “I am a foreigner living in the United States for ten years. And from time to time I am very surprised when I see how the traditions of upbringing in the USA differ from the culture in which I was brought up. I became interested in the question: is there any universal element in the upbringing of children on which the success of the whole process depends. ” Continue reading