Science daily Newspaper has published the content, " Children's School Performance Tied to Family 'Type'" on the basis of the study of University of Notre Dame Professor of Psychology Mark Cummings in which it told the effect of family behavior on children's study.
"Coming from a cohesive family, in which members tend to be warm and responsive to one another, where problems are resolved, and members cope well, increases the likelihood of children doing well in school," according to Cummings.Related : How should Students Behave in Classroom
Children from enmeshed families, characterized by over involvement, hostility and only moderate warmth, enter school with no more problems than their cohesive family peers, but suffer more anxiety and feelings of alienation later, Cummings explains.
The third family type, "detached," in which all problems are avoided, in which hostility is present, and without displays of affection, tend to have children with the most problems. link