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The purpose of this study is to estimate the home production time and its economic value in urban homemakers. This study contributes to make people recognize the importance of home production and to give the economic stability to homemakers. The major results of this study are : 1) Urban families spent average 10.6 hours per day anc homemakers spent average 8.9 hours per day to home production. 2) There were significant differences in home production time of family according to 7 variables such as number of children, age of homemaker, etc. And there were significant differences in that of homemaker according to the type of house and homemaker' s occupation. 3) Urban homemakers spent about 8∼9 hours per day to home production according to type of home. And when we applied the market wage rate to this time, economic value of home production activity was estimated from 298,230 to 407,580 won per month. This is the monetary value which the homemakers contribute to their home.
The goals of the present study were to examine whether children's executive function predicted their emotion regulation. The subjects consisted of 148 3-and 5-year-olds living in S city. The results were as follows. Children's executive function predicted individual differences in emotion regulation. The 3-year-olds' inhibition significantly predicted their emotion regulation in a ‘disappointing' situation and their teachers' ratings of the children's emotion regulation in everyday situations. The 3-year-olds' cognitive flexibility accounted for a significant amount of variance in their teachers' ratings of the children's emotion regulation. The 5-year-olds' inhibition accounted for a significant amount of variance in the children's emotion regulation in a 'disappointing' situation. These results suggest that children's executive function predict children's emotion regulation.