A Review of the Relationship Among Parenting Practices, Parenting Styles, and Adolescent School Achievement

  title={A Review of the Relationship Among Parenting Practices, Parenting Styles, and Adolescent School Achievement},
  author={Christopher Spera},
  journal={Educational Psychology Review},
This article reviews the literature on the relationship among parenting practices, parenting styles, and adolescent school achievement. The review of the empirical research indicates that parental involvement and monitoring are robust predictors of adolescent achievement. Several studies, however, indicate that parental involvement declines in adolescence, prompting the call for future research on the reasons for and associated consequences of this decline. Furthermore, the review indicates… 

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