Children's estimates of their parents' job satisfaction.

Abstract

319 3rd and 5th grade children were asked to rate their parents' job satisfaction. These ratings were compared to parents' self-reports of job satisfaction. Older children were more accurate in their estimates. Girls were more accurate in rating their mothers, while boys were more accurate in rating fathers. Children who perceived their parents as satisfied… (More)

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@article{Trice1991ChildrensEO, title={Children's estimates of their parents' job satisfaction.}, author={Ashton D Trice and P Tillapaugh}, journal={Psychological reports}, year={1991}, volume={69 1}, pages={63-6} }