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If, however, she supports and encourages the child's independence from her, there need be no development of over dependency. The presence of a father substitute also can alleviate overdependency. If the father or father substitute is very aggressive and punitive (especially if he behaves toward the mother in an aggressive way) the boy will tend to be more aggressive. Studies have found that boys develop the most satisfactory masculine sex role if they have a close relationship with a warm, effective, authoritative and relatively dominant father.

This seems to be an important factor in facilitating his further language acquisition. The child's development of language is also related to his cognitive development, and, consequently, to the factors described in the preceding section. Beyond this general relation, however, the clearest and most direct influence on the child's language ability at this age seems to be the speech of his language "models"—those persons who demonstrate adult language by talking to the child. The primary language model is usually the mother, but a variety of adults can also serve to EARLY CHILDHOOD: SD( MONTHS TO THREE YEARS 29 enhance children's language development.

Masculine" F is warm 9. , occurs in the preschool period. The abbreviations "M" and "F" refer to "Mother" and "Father," respectively. 42 II. RESEARCH behave in a way that is warm yet authoritative; they emphasize the "do's" (prescriptions) more than the "don'ts" (proscriptions). This pattern of "authoritative" discipline differs from both "permissive" discipline—in which there are no or very few limits—and "authoritarian" discipline—in which rules are many, restrictive, arbitrary, and strictly enforced.

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