Parenting styles, moral identity and prosocial behaviors in adolescents

  title={Parenting styles, moral identity and prosocial behaviors in adolescents},
  author={Samer Fatima and Saima Dawood and Mubeena Munir},
  journal={Current Psychology},
The present study explores perceived parenting styles, moral identity and prosocial behaviors in adolescents. It was hypothesized that perceived parenting styles are likely to predict moral identity and prosocial behaviors in adolescents. Furthermore, it was hypothesized that moral identity is likely to mediate the relationship between perceived parenting styles and prosocial behaviors. Through purposive sampling, a sample of 236 (boys = 128; girls = 108) adolescents was selected from different… 

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