Parenting behaviors associated with risk for offspring personality disorder during adulthood.

@article{Johnson2006ParentingBA,
  title={Parenting behaviors associated with risk for offspring personality disorder during adulthood.},
  author={Jeffrey G. Johnson and Patricia Cohen and Henian Chen and Stephanie Kasen and Judith S. Brook},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={2006},
  volume={63 5},
  pages={579-87}
}
CONTEXT Research has suggested that some types of parental child-rearing behavior may be associated with risk for offspring personality disorder (PD), but the association of parenting with offspring PD has not been investigated comprehensively with prospective longitudinal data. OBJECTIVE To investigate the association of parental child-rearing behavior with risk for offspring PD during adulthood. DESIGN The Children in the Community study, a prospective longitudinal investigation… CONTINUE READING

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