Parental Nurturance in the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample

@article{Aronoff2012ParentalNI,
  title={Parental Nurturance in the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample},
  author={Joel R. Aronoff},
  journal={Cross-Cultural Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={46},
  pages={315 - 347}
}
  • J. Aronoff
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Cross-Cultural Research
In recent years attachment theory has matured into a wide-ranging conceptual framework with sufficient power to explain important features of individual and social variability across societies. In the research reported here, the empirical work directed by attachment theory is used to expand existing codes to measure more fully those aspects of parent-child interaction that facilitate or retard the child’s development. This article presents the coding system and scores on parental nurturance for… Expand

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