Mothers' attachment styles and their children's self-reported security, as related to maternal socialization of children's positive affect regulation.

@article{Gentzler2015MothersAS,
  title={Mothers' attachment styles and their children's self-reported security, as related to maternal socialization of children's positive affect regulation.},
  author={Amy L. Gentzler and Meagan A. Ramsey and Katelyn R Black},
  journal={Attachment & human development},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={376-98}
}
This study investigated how mothers' attachment was related to their responses to their own and their children's positive events and positive affect (PA). Ninety-seven mothers reported on their attachment and their responses to their own and their 7-12-year-old children's positive events and emotions. Children reported on their mothers' responses to the children's positive events and their attachment security with their mothers. The results indicated that more avoidant mothers reported less… CONTINUE READING

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