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*: This is the link to the
online video of Dr. Timothy L. Verduin, a Clinical Psychologist at
the Institute for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Behavior
Disorders at the NYU Child Study Center, who discusses Parenting
Your Strong-Willed Preschooler in an interview at NYU Medical
Center. His focuses are
"on understanding and managing misbehavior, tantrums, and
non-compliance in young children". During the course of this
interview, he advices parents to use “positive attention and clear
expectations and consequences” to parent the strong-willed child.
He also believes that
other experts’ parenting programs share the same views.