The transactional process between the relationships with caregivers and children's externalizing behavior

@inproceedings{Roskam2016TheTP,
  title={The transactional process between the relationships with caregivers and children's externalizing behavior},
  author={Isabelle Roskam and Marie Sti{\'e}venart and Jan De Mol},
  year={2016}
}
Externalizing behavior (EB) has been found to be pervasive in children across different interactional systems. The transactional model is one of the most interesting and plausible mechanisms explaining the development of behavioral problems (Sameroff, 2009). The main goal of the study is to test bidirectional and recursive transactional relations between the quality of the caregiver–child relationship and children's externalizing behavior. The transactional model was tested in three-wave… CONTINUE READING

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