Iowa State University Extension Blog Features Resarch Showing Delayed Gratification Is Good Pattern For Kids

Date posted - January 1, 2013

Lori HayungsNorthwest Iowa — The Iowa State University Extension Science of Parenting web site at scienceofparenting.org stirred up a bit of controversy in December.

Extension’s Lori Hayungs tells us more.

She says, however, the point is not that you should not give nice gifts to your kids.

She says the research in this area is very interesting.

For more about this, and many other parenting topics, you can visit scienceofparenting.org. Hayungs also encourages parents to subscribe so that they can be alerted when a new topic is posted on the web site.

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