Reciprocity in parenting of adolescents within the context of marital negativity.

@article{Schofield2009ReciprocityIP,
  title={Reciprocity in parenting of adolescents within the context of marital negativity.},
  author={Thomas J. Schofield and Rand D. Conger and Monica J. Martin and Gary D Stockdale and Katherine Jewsbury Conger and Keith F. Widaman},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={
          1708-22
        }
}
The authors investigated the degree to which parents become more similar to each other over time in their childrearing behaviors. Mothers and fathers of 451 adolescents were assessed at 3 points in time, with 2-year lags between each assessment. Data on parent warmth, harshness, and monitoring were collected by parent self-report, adolescent report, and observer ratings of family interactions. After controlling for earlier levels of parenting, parent education, and adolescent deviancy, spouse's… CONTINUE READING
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