A preliminary study on relationship between warmth parenting and self-esteem among young adults based on parental acceptance-rejection theory

  title={A preliminary study on relationship between warmth parenting and self-esteem among young adults based on parental acceptance-rejection theory},
  author={Chee-Huay Chong and K. Yeo and N. Mislan},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science},
The present research was a preliminary study on the relationship between warmth parenting and self-esteem based on Parental acceptance-rejection theory (PARTheory). This research was conducted by using a sample size of 30 participants. Participants were requested to perceive their parents’ parenting style in warmth dimension when they were about 7 to 12 years old. The results indicated that paternal parenting was perceived as less warmth if compared to maternal parenting. Besides, a positive… Expand
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