Maternal parenting style and adjustment in adolescents with type I diabetes.

@article{Butler2007MaternalPS,
  title={Maternal parenting style and adjustment in adolescents with type I diabetes.},
  author={Jorie M. Butler and Michelle Cruz Skinner and Donna M. Gelfand and Cynthia A Berg and Deborah J Wiebe},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={32 10},
  pages={
          1227-37
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the cross-sectional relationship between maternal parenting style and indicators of well-being among adolescents with diabetes. METHODS Seventy-eight adolescents (ages 11.58-17.42 years, M = 14.21) with type 1 diabetes and their mothers separately reported perceptions of maternal parenting style. Adolescents reported their own depressed mood, self-efficacy for managing diabetes, and diabetes regimen adherence. RESULTS Adolescents' perceptions of maternal… CONTINUE READING

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