The protective effects of good parenting on adolescents

@article{Devore2005ThePE,
  title={The protective effects of good parenting on adolescents},
  author={Elise R. Devore and Kenneth R. Ginsburg},
  journal={Current Opinion in Pediatrics},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={460-465}
}
Purpose of review To explore recent developments in the literature regarding parenting practices and adolescent development, with a focus on parenting style, parental monitoring, communication, and supervision. Recent findings There have been significant recent advances in the study of the relationship between parenting and adolescent development. Several recent intervention studies with a parenting component demonstrated immediate and long-term protective effects on adolescent risk behavior… Expand
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