Measuring Parental Meta-Emotion: Psychometric Properties of the Emotion-Related Parenting Styles Self-Test

@article{HakimLarson2006MeasuringPM,
  title={Measuring Parental Meta-Emotion: Psychometric Properties of the Emotion-Related Parenting Styles Self-Test},
  author={Julie Hakim-Larson and Alison E Parker and Catharine Helen. Lee and Jacqueline Goodwin and Sylvia L. Voelker},
  journal={Early Education and Development},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={229 - 251}
}
Parental meta-emotion, assessed through interviews, involves parents' philosophy about emotions and has been found to be related to parenting behaviors and children's emotional and social competence (e.g., Gottman, Katz, & Hooven, 1996; Katz & Windecker-Nelson, 2004). The Emotion-Related Parenting Styles Self-Test is a true–false (ERPSST–T/F) self-report version of the meta-emotion interview introduced in a parenting guidebook (Gottman, 1997). Although this test is user-friendly, its… 

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