The interactive roles of parenting, emotion regulation and executive functioning in moral reasoning during middle childhood.

@article{Hinnant2013TheIR,
  title={The interactive roles of parenting, emotion regulation and executive functioning in moral reasoning during middle childhood.},
  author={J Benjamin Hinnant and Jackie A. Nelson and Marion O'Brien and Susan Phillips Keane and Susan D. Calkins},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={1460-8}
}
We examined mother-child co-operative behaviour, children's emotion regulation and executive function, as well as combinations of these factors, as predictors of moral reasoning in 89 10-year-old children. Dyadic co-operation was coded from videotaped observations of laboratory puzzle and speech tasks. Emotion regulation was derived from maternal report, and executive functioning was assessed with the Tower of London task. Moral reasoning was coded during mother-child conversations about… CONTINUE READING
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