Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS)

T. Anme, R. Shinohara, Y. Sugisawa, L. Tong, E. Tanaka, T. Watanabe, Y. Onda, Y. Kawashima, M. Hirano, E. Tomisaki, H. Mochizuki, K. Morita, A. Gan-Yadam, Y. Yato, N. Yamakawa, Zentaro Yamagata, Hideaki Koizumi, Kevin K F Wong, Yoko Anji, Hiraku IshidaMizue Iwasaki, Aya Kutsuki, Misa Kuroki, Haruka Koike, Daisuke N. Saito, Akiko Sawada, Yuka Shiotani, Daisuke Tanaka, Shunyue Cheng, Hiroshi Toyoda, Kumiko Namba, Tamami Fukushi, Tomoyo Morita, Hisakazu Yanaka, Yoichi Sakakihara, Kanehisa Morimoto, Kayako Nakagawa, Shoji Itakura, Kiyotaka Tomiwa, Shunya Sogon, Toyojiro Matsuishi, Tamiko Ogura, Masako Okada, Hiroko Ikeda, Norihiro Sadato, Mariko Y. Momoi, Hirosato Shiokawa, Takanori Yamagata, Tadahiko Maeda, Tohru Ozaki, Tokie Anme, Takahiro Hoshino, Osamu Sakura, Yukuo Konishi, Katsutoshi Kobayashi, Tatsuya Koeda, Toshitaka Tamaru, Shinako Terakawa, Ayumi Seki, Ariko Takeuchi, Hideo Kawaguchi, Sonoko Egami, Yoshihiro Komada, Hatsumi Yamamoto, Motoki Bonno, Noriko Yamakawa, Masatoshi Kawai, Yuko Yato, Koichi Negayama

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    Abstract

    Background: The purpose of this paper is to describe the gender differences of the Interaction Rating Scale (IRS) as an evidence-based practical index of children's social skills and parenting. Methods: The participants in our study, which was conducted as part of a Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) cohort study project, were 370 dyads of children with their caregivers were followed up and surveyed at aged 18, 30, and 42 month. The participants completed the five minute interaction session and were observed using the IRS. Results: The results indicated the gender differences of IRS scores. Girls got rather high score at all ages. IRS can measure children's social skill development and parenting with high validity. Along with the qualitative differences of interaction between boys and girls, the IRS is effective in describing features of social skill development and parenting. Conclusion: The IRS provides further evidence of the fact that in order to study children's social skill development, it is important to evaluate various features of the caregiver-child interaction as a predictor of social skills.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProcedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
    Pages260-268
    Number of pages9
    Volume2
    Edition2
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    Event2nd World Conference on Educational Sciences, WCES-2010 - Istanbul, Turkey
    Duration: 2010 Feb 42010 Feb 8

    Other

    Other2nd World Conference on Educational Sciences, WCES-2010
    CountryTurkey
    CityIstanbul
    Period10/2/410/2/8

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    Parenting
    rating scale
    gender-specific factors
    interaction
    Caregivers
    caregiver
    Japan
    Cohort Studies
    Social Skills
    Technology
    dyad
    evidence
    science

    Keywords

    • Cohort study
    • interaction
    • parenting
    • scale
    • social development

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Social Sciences(all)
    • Psychology(all)

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    Anme, T., Shinohara, R., Sugisawa, Y., Tong, L., Tanaka, E., Watanabe, T., ... Negayama, K. (2010). Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS). In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (2 ed., Vol. 2, pp. 260-268) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.008

    Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS). / Anme, T.; Shinohara, R.; Sugisawa, Y.; Tong, L.; Tanaka, E.; Watanabe, T.; Onda, Y.; Kawashima, Y.; Hirano, M.; Tomisaki, E.; Mochizuki, H.; Morita, K.; Gan-Yadam, A.; Yato, Y.; Yamakawa, N.; Yamagata, Zentaro; Koizumi, Hideaki; Wong, Kevin K F; Anji, Yoko; Ishida, Hiraku; Iwasaki, Mizue; Kutsuki, Aya; Kuroki, Misa; Koike, Haruka; Saito, Daisuke N.; Sawada, Akiko; Shiotani, Yuka; Tanaka, Daisuke; Cheng, Shunyue; Toyoda, Hiroshi; Namba, Kumiko; Fukushi, Tamami; Morita, Tomoyo; Yanaka, Hisakazu; Sakakihara, Yoichi; Morimoto, Kanehisa; Nakagawa, Kayako; Itakura, Shoji; Tomiwa, Kiyotaka; Sogon, Shunya; Matsuishi, Toyojiro; Ogura, Tamiko; Okada, Masako; Ikeda, Hiroko; Sadato, Norihiro; Momoi, Mariko Y.; Shiokawa, Hirosato; Yamagata, Takanori; Maeda, Tadahiko; Ozaki, Tohru; Anme, Tokie; Hoshino, Takahiro; Sakura, Osamu; Konishi, Yukuo; Kobayashi, Katsutoshi; Koeda, Tatsuya; Tamaru, Toshitaka; Terakawa, Shinako; Seki, Ayumi; Takeuchi, Ariko; Kawaguchi, Hideo; Egami, Sonoko; Komada, Yoshihiro; Yamamoto, Hatsumi; Bonno, Motoki; Yamakawa, Noriko; Kawai, Masatoshi; Yato, Yuko; Negayama, Koichi.

    Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 2 2. ed. 2010. p. 260-268.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Anme, T, Shinohara, R, Sugisawa, Y, Tong, L, Tanaka, E, Watanabe, T, Onda, Y, Kawashima, Y, Hirano, M, Tomisaki, E, Mochizuki, H, Morita, K, Gan-Yadam, A, Yato, Y, Yamakawa, N, Yamagata, Z, Koizumi, H, Wong, KKF, Anji, Y, Ishida, H, Iwasaki, M, Kutsuki, A, Kuroki, M, Koike, H, Saito, DN, Sawada, A, Shiotani, Y, Tanaka, D, Cheng, S, Toyoda, H, Namba, K, Fukushi, T, Morita, T, Yanaka, H, Sakakihara, Y, Morimoto, K, Nakagawa, K, Itakura, S, Tomiwa, K, Sogon, S, Matsuishi, T, Ogura, T, Okada, M, Ikeda, H, Sadato, N, Momoi, MY, Shiokawa, H, Yamagata, T, Maeda, T, Ozaki, T, Anme, T, Hoshino, T, Sakura, O, Konishi, Y, Kobayashi, K, Koeda, T, Tamaru, T, Terakawa, S, Seki, A, Takeuchi, A, Kawaguchi, H, Egami, S, Komada, Y, Yamamoto, H, Bonno, M, Yamakawa, N, Kawai, M, Yato, Y & Negayama, K 2010, Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS). in Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2 edn, vol. 2, pp. 260-268, 2nd World Conference on Educational Sciences, WCES-2010, Istanbul, Turkey, 10/2/4. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.008
    Anme T, Shinohara R, Sugisawa Y, Tong L, Tanaka E, Watanabe T et al. Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS). In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2 ed. Vol. 2. 2010. p. 260-268 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.008
    Anme, T. ; Shinohara, R. ; Sugisawa, Y. ; Tong, L. ; Tanaka, E. ; Watanabe, T. ; Onda, Y. ; Kawashima, Y. ; Hirano, M. ; Tomisaki, E. ; Mochizuki, H. ; Morita, K. ; Gan-Yadam, A. ; Yato, Y. ; Yamakawa, N. ; Yamagata, Zentaro ; Koizumi, Hideaki ; Wong, Kevin K F ; Anji, Yoko ; Ishida, Hiraku ; Iwasaki, Mizue ; Kutsuki, Aya ; Kuroki, Misa ; Koike, Haruka ; Saito, Daisuke N. ; Sawada, Akiko ; Shiotani, Yuka ; Tanaka, Daisuke ; Cheng, Shunyue ; Toyoda, Hiroshi ; Namba, Kumiko ; Fukushi, Tamami ; Morita, Tomoyo ; Yanaka, Hisakazu ; Sakakihara, Yoichi ; Morimoto, Kanehisa ; Nakagawa, Kayako ; Itakura, Shoji ; Tomiwa, Kiyotaka ; Sogon, Shunya ; Matsuishi, Toyojiro ; Ogura, Tamiko ; Okada, Masako ; Ikeda, Hiroko ; Sadato, Norihiro ; Momoi, Mariko Y. ; Shiokawa, Hirosato ; Yamagata, Takanori ; Maeda, Tadahiko ; Ozaki, Tohru ; Anme, Tokie ; Hoshino, Takahiro ; Sakura, Osamu ; Konishi, Yukuo ; Kobayashi, Katsutoshi ; Koeda, Tatsuya ; Tamaru, Toshitaka ; Terakawa, Shinako ; Seki, Ayumi ; Takeuchi, Ariko ; Kawaguchi, Hideo ; Egami, Sonoko ; Komada, Yoshihiro ; Yamamoto, Hatsumi ; Bonno, Motoki ; Yamakawa, Noriko ; Kawai, Masatoshi ; Yato, Yuko ; Negayama, Koichi. / Gender differences of children's social skills and parenting using Interaction Rating Scale (IRS). Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 2 2. ed. 2010. pp. 260-268
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