CONFLICT STYLES AND CHILDREN’S ADJUSTMENT IN THE CHINESE CONTEXT: THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTROL AND MOTHER-CHILD CONFLICT RESOLUTION

@inproceedings{Zhang2018CONFLICTSA,
  title={CONFLICT STYLES AND CHILDREN’S ADJUSTMENT IN THE CHINESE CONTEXT: THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTROL AND MOTHER-CHILD CONFLICT RESOLUTION},
  author={Xiaoyan Zhang},
  year={2018}
}
The purpose of this research is to examine how interparental conflict and conflict styles (overt, covert and avoidant) influence children’s adjustment directly and indirectly through maternal psychological control and mother-child conflict resolution among Chinese children. Paper-pencil survey data were collected from 111 mother-child dyads of children aged from 11 to 14 from Shantou, Guangdong, China. Results of this research revealed that interparental conflict was not associated with… CONTINUE READING

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