Angry and aggressive behavior across three generations: a prospective, longitudinal study of parents and children.

@article{Conger2003AngryAA,
  title={Angry and aggressive behavior across three generations: a prospective, longitudinal study of parents and children.},
  author={Rand D. Conger and Tricia K. Neppl and Kee Jeong Kim and Laura V. Scaramella},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={31 2},
  pages={143-60}
}
This investigation examined intergenerational continuities in both angry, aggressive parenting and also the angry, aggressive behavior of children and adolescents. Data from 75 G2 youth (26 men, 49 women, M = 22-years old), their mothers (G1), and their G3 children (47 boys, 28 girls, M = 2.4-years old) were included in the analyses. The prospective, longitudinal design of the study, which included observational and multiinformant measures, overcame many of the methodological limitations found… CONTINUE READING

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