Parenting and adolescents' psychological adjustment: Longitudinal moderation by adolescents' genetic sensitivity.

@article{Stocker2017ParentingAA,
  title={Parenting and adolescents' psychological adjustment: Longitudinal moderation by adolescents' genetic sensitivity.},
  author={Clare M Stocker and April S Masarik and Keith F. Widaman and Ben T Reeb and Jason D. Boardman and Andrew Smolen and Tricia K. Neppl and Katherine Jewsbury Conger},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2017},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={1289-1304}
}
We examined whether adolescents' genetic sensitivity, measured by a polygenic index score, moderated the longitudinal associations between parenting and adolescents' psychological adjustment. The sample included 323 mothers, fathers, and adolescents (177 female, 146 male; Time 1 [T1] average age = 12.61 years, SD = 0.54 years; Time 2 [T2] average age = 13.59 years, SD = 0.59 years). Parents' warmth and hostility were rated by trained, independent observers using videotapes of family discussions… CONTINUE READING