Quality of mother-child interaction and the intergenerational transmission of sexual values: a panel study.

@article{Taris2000QualityOM,
  title={Quality of mother-child interaction and the intergenerational transmission of sexual values: a panel study.},
  author={Toon W. Taris},
  journal={The Journal of genetic psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={161 2},
  pages={169-81}
}
The role of mothers as socializing agents was examined in a longitudinal study. It was assumed that mothers can transmit their own values to their children, especially if the quality of their interaction is good. Whether children influence their mothers' values was also examined. The hypotheses were tested using analysis of variance and structural equation modeling, drawing on data from 253 English adolescent-mother pairs. The results provided little support for the hypotheses. There was some… CONTINUE READING

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