Family expressiveness and parental emotion coaching: their role in children's emotion regulation and aggression.

@article{Ramsden2002FamilyEA,
  title={Family expressiveness and parental emotion coaching: their role in children's emotion regulation and aggression.},
  author={Sally R. Ramsden and Josephine A. Hubbard},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          657-67
        }
}
In this study, we explored the relations between positive and negative family expressiveness, parental emotion coaching, child emotion regulation, and child aggression. The sample included 120 fourth-grade children and their mothers. Mothers completed the Emotion Regulation Checklist, the Family Expressiveness Questionnaire, and a portion of the meta-emotion interview to assess their awareness and acceptance of, and instruction in managing their child's anger and sadness (3 dimensions of… CONTINUE READING

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