Bad Days Don ’ t End When the School Bell Rings : The Lingering Effects of Negative School Events on Children ’ s Mood , Self-esteem , and Perceptions of Parent – Child Interaction

@inproceedings{Lehman2007BadDD,
  title={Bad Days Don ’ t End When the School Bell Rings : The Lingering Effects of Negative School Events on Children ’ s Mood , Self-esteem , and Perceptions of Parent – Child Interaction},
  author={Barbara J Lehman and Rena L. Repetti},
  year={2007}
}
Each day for five days, 79 fifth-grade children reported on events that occurred at school and they and their parents described their interactions with each other each evening. Consistent with previous research, it was found that on days when children reported more academic or peer problems during the day at school, they later described more aversive interactions with their parents.As hypothesized, increases in anxiety and drops in children’s state self-esteem partially mediated this link… CONTINUE READING
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