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How Parenting Style Influences Children: A Review of Controlling, Guiding, and Permitting Parenting Styles on Children’s Behavior, Risk- Taking, Mental Health, and Academic Achievement

@inproceedings{Merlin2013HowPS,
  title={How Parenting Style Influences Children: A Review of Controlling, Guiding, and Permitting Parenting Styles on Children’s Behavior, Risk- Taking, Mental Health, and Academic Achievement},
  author={C. Merlin and J. Okerson and Phillip Hess},
  year={2013}
}
Recommended Citation Merlin, Clare; Okerson, Justine Rebecca; and Hess, Phillip (2013) "How Parenting Style Influences Children: A Review of Controlling, Guiding, and Permitting Parenting Styles on Children’s Behavior, RiskTaking, Mental Health, and Academic Achievement," The William & Mary Educational Review: Vol. 2 : Iss. 1 , Article 14. Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/wmer/vol2/iss1/14 

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