Predicting internalizing problems in Chinese children: the unique and interactive effects of parenting and child temperament.

@article{Muhtadie2013PredictingIP,
  title={Predicting internalizing problems in Chinese children: the unique and interactive effects of parenting and child temperament.},
  author={Luma Muhtadie and Qing Zhou and Nancy Eisenberg and Yun Wang},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={653-67}
}
The additive and interactive relations of parenting styles (authoritative and authoritarian parenting) and child temperament (anger/frustration, sadness, and effortful control) to children's internalizing problems were examined in a 3.8-year longitudinal study of 425 Chinese children (aged 6-9 years) from Beijing. At Wave 1, parents self-reported on their parenting styles, and parents and teachers rated child temperament. At Wave 2, parents, teachers, and children rated children's internalizing… CONTINUE READING
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