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Parenting and preschoolers' symptoms as a function of child gender and SES
- Parenting and preschoolers' symptoms as a function of child gender and SES
- Kim H.-J.; Arnold D.H.; Fisher P.H.; Zeljo A.
- Ewha Authors
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- Child and Family Behavior Therapy
- vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 23 - 41
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- Improving parental discipline practices is a central target of behavioral parent training programs, but little research has examined how discipline varies as a function of gender. Based on the assumption that socialization practices might be related to gender differences in psychopathology, we examined relations between parenting and problem behaviors in children. We predicted that parents would be overreactive toward children displaying symptoms inconsistent with gender stereotypes and lax towards those with gender stereotype-consistent behavior. Parents of 112 preschool-aged children reported on their children's externalizing and internalizing symptoms, and their own lax and overreactive parenting. As hypothesized, internalizing symptoms in girls and externalizing symptoms in boys predicted lax parenting, while externalizing behaviors in girls and internalizing symptoms in boys were associated with overreactive parenting. Exploratory analyses sug gest that relations differed somewhat as a function of sociocultural status, pointing to the need for future studies to consider social context. © 2005 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
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