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Exploring reciprocal parent and child effects in the case of child inhibition in US and Korean samples

Title
Exploring reciprocal parent and child effects in the case of child inhibition in US and Korean samples
Authors
Belsky J.Rha J.-H.Park S.-Y.
Ewha Authors
박성연
SCOPUS Author ID
박성연scopus
Issue Date
2000
Journal Title
International Journal of Behavioral Development
ISSN
0165-0254JCR Link
Citation
vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 338 - 347
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
Recent research suggesting that parental behaviour may promote or discourage the development of inhibited behaviour stimulated interest in the effect of inhibited behaviour on parenting. Of 125 US 3-year-olds and 100 Korean 3-year-olds whose inhibited behaviour was evaluated repeatedly at age 3, the videotapes of the 50% most inhibited in each sample were rated with regard to parental responses that: (1) encouraged the child to approach the stimuli in question; (2) accepted and/or encouraged the child's withdrawal; and (3) discouraged the child's withdrawn behaviour. Analyses revealed that child effects on parenting were more pronounced than parenting effects on child behaviour, that mothers were more affected by child inhibition than fathers; that, surprisingly, parents who responded to child inhibition by accepting/encouraging child withdrawal also reacted by discouraging child withdrawal and encouraging approach; and that the greater the child's inhibition, the more parents encouraged approach behaviour, encouraged/accepted withdrawal, and discouraged withdrawal. These results are discussed in terms of other evidence highlighting parental influences on child inhibition. © 2000 The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development.
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