Understanding child-based effects on parenting: temperament as a moderator of genetic and environmental contributions to parenting.

@article{Ganiban2011UnderstandingCE,
  title={Understanding child-based effects on parenting: temperament as a moderator of genetic and environmental contributions to parenting.},
  author={Jody M. Ganiban and Jennifer A Ulbricht and Kimberly J. Saudino and David Reiss and Jenae M Neiderhiser},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={676-92}
}
The degree to which child temperament moderates genetic and environmental contributions to parenting was examined. Participants were drawn from the Nonshared Environment and Adolescent Development project and included 720 sibling pairs, ages 13.5 + 2.0 years (Sibling 1) to 12.1 + 1.3 years (Sibling 2). The sample consisted of 6 sibling types: 93 monozygotic twin pairs, 99 dizygotic twin pairs, and 95 full sibling pairs from never-divorced families and 182 full-sibling, 109 half-sibling, and 130… CONTINUE READING
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