The Mediational Roles of Harsh and Responsive Parenting in the Longitudinal Relations between Socioeconomic Status and Turkish Children's Emotional Development.

@inproceedings{Gulseven2018TheMR,
  title={The Mediational Roles of Harsh and Responsive Parenting in the Longitudinal Relations between Socioeconomic Status and Turkish Children's Emotional Development.},
  author={Zehra Gulseven and Asiye Kumru and Gustavo Carlo and Francisco Palermo and Bilge Selçuk and Melike Sayıl},
  year={2018}
}
This study examined the associations among the socioeconomic status (SES) of Turkish families when children (N = 340, Mean age = 83 months, SD = 3.59, 50.3% boys) were approximately 7 years of age (Time 1) and their emotional lability and emotion regulation tendencies 3 years later (Time 3). We also examined the mediating roles of mothers’ harsh and responsive parenting behaviors when children were 9 years of age (Time 2). Results revealed that family SES was positively linked to parental… CONTINUE READING