How Home Gets to School: Parental Control Strategies Predict Children's School Readiness.

@inproceedings{Walker2011HowHG,
  title={How Home Gets to School: Parental Control Strategies Predict Children's School Readiness.},
  author={Aim{\'e}e Kleisner Walker and David C. MacPhee},
  year={2011}
}
At-risk families’ control style (autonomy support and coercive control) was examined in relation to children’s school readiness; children’s social skills and mastery motivation were hypothesized mediating variables. In two different, low-income samples from diverse ethnic backgrounds, one preschool sample recruited from Head Start (N = 199) and a school transition sample composed of children entering elementary school (N = 344), parental control styles were related to children’s academic… CONTINUE READING

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