Satisfaction and frustration of autonomy and relatedness needs: Associations with parenting dimensions and psychological functioning

  title={Satisfaction and frustration of autonomy and relatedness needs: Associations with parenting dimensions and psychological functioning},
  author={Cristiano Inguglia and Francesca Liga and Alida Lo Coco and Pasquale Musso and Sonia Ingoglia},
  journal={Motivation and Emotion},
Framed from Basic Psychological Needs Theory (Ryan and Deci in American Psychologist 55:68–78; Ryan, Deci, American Psychologist 55:68–78, 2000) and Kağitçibaşi’s Autonomous-Related Self Theory (Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 36:1–20; Kağitçibaşi, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 36:1–20, 2005), the study examined the relationships of adolescents’ satisfaction and frustration of autonomy and relatedness, with (a) adolescents’ perception of mother’s and father’s psychological control… 
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