Studies on the Development of Children’s Social Interaction and the Family Relations


Keyan Zhao


With the rapid development of society and economy, there are growing problems in the relations among families. There have also been children’s aggressive behaviours in some families. It is important for people to deal with the relations with children and let them grow healthily both physically and mentally. This article mainly focuses on the three parts of personality, moral development, the three stages of language development, and the possible reasons and motivations. In the end, the author provides the suggestions on how to improve the problems. It has practical significance for related families.


the development, children’s social interaction, the family relations


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