Mother and self-representations: investigating associations with symptomatic behavior and academic competence in middle childhood.

@article{Waniel2006MotherAS,
  title={Mother and self-representations: investigating associations with symptomatic behavior and academic competence in middle childhood.},
  author={Ariela Waniel and Avi Besser and Beatriz Priel},
  journal={Journal of personality},
  year={2006},
  volume={74 1},
  pages={223-66}
}
This article reports two studies examining the content and structural aspects of maternal and self-representations in middle childhood in two prospective studies of 9 to 11-year-old children, their stability over time and interrelations, and their contribution to symptomatology and academic functioning. In Study 1 (N=169), content and structural dimensions of participants' open-ended narratives of self and mother were assessed, and their factor structure was replicated across two consecutive… CONTINUE READING

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