Temperament, recalled parenting styles, and self-regulation: testing the developmental postulates of self-discrepancy theory.

@article{Manian1998TemperamentRP,
  title={Temperament, recalled parenting styles, and self-regulation: testing the developmental postulates of self-discrepancy theory.},
  author={N Manian and Timothy J. Strauman and N W Denney},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={75 5},
  pages={1321-32}
}
Self-discrepancy theory (SDT) postulates that self-regulatory systems corresponding to the ideal and ought self-domains emerge from the influences of temperament (e.g., sensitivity to stimuli for positive vs. negative outcomes) and socialization (e.g., parenting behaviors and interpersonal outcome contingencies). This article reports 2 studies testing the developmental postulates of SDT concurrently and retrospectively. Study 1 showed that self-regulation with reference to the ideal vs. the… CONTINUE READING

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