Parenting Among Hispanic and Anglo-American Mothers With Young Children

  title={Parenting Among Hispanic and Anglo-American Mothers With Young Children},
  author={Pablo G. Cardona and Bonnie C. Nicholson and Robert A. Fox},
  journal={The Journal of Social Psychology},
  pages={357 - 365}
Abstract The authors examined parenting practices and developmental expectations among 38 Hispanic and 38 Anglo-American mothers living in the United States. Mothers of children 3 to 5 years of age completed the Parent Behavior Checklist (R. A. Fox, 1994), a 100-item measure of parents' developmental expectations, discipline, and nurturing practices. In addition, the authors appraised the Hispanic mothers' acculturation and selected them for participation if their scores on an acculturation… 
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