The Impact of Parental Behavior on the Cognitive Level of Preschoolers in Upper-Egypt

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Megally, R., Aly, R. and Ghoneim, H. (2021). The Impact of Parental Behavior on the Cognitive Level of Preschoolers in Upper-Egypt. Sumerianz Journal of Economics and Finance. 4 (3), pp. 102-110. https://doi.org/10.47752/sjef.43.102.110
AuthorsMegally, R., Aly, R. and Ghoneim, H.
Abstract

COVID-19 has reshaped our lives. Our houses turned into co-working areas, school classrooms, and playgrounds. Social distancing has put more weight on parents to ensure their children’s education and cognitive gains. This has raised questions about the impact parents had on their children’s cognitive levels even before COVID-19. This paper is an attempt to show how parents’ behavior contributes to improving the cognitive level of their preschool children in a developing country. The paper also attempts to determine the relationship between parenting behavior and socioeconomic factors such as income and education.

KeywordsThe Impact of Parental Behavior on the Cognitive Level of Preschoolers in Upper-Egypt
Year2021
JournalSumerianz Journal of Economics and Finance
Journal citation4 (3), pp. 102-110
PublisherSumerianz Publication
ISSN2617-6947
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.47752/sjef.43.102.110
Web address (URL)https://doi.org/10.47752/sjef.43.102.110
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PrintNov 2021
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Deposited08 Aug 2022
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