This week in parenting: 28/11/15

A study from Korea has shown that authoritarian and authoritative parenting result in different manners of moral values being accepted with teenagers of authoritative parents having a more identified and integrated style.

Mother's who playfully encouraged children to go beyond their limits were found to have children who were less likely to develop childhood anxiety disorders.

Teenagers whose parents used punitive discipline practices have been found to be more likely to be involved in bullying.

Authoritative parenting in childhood has been found to elicit the best parent-child communication during adolescence.

Authoritarian parenting style on the part of the mother was found to be predictive of worse personal- emotional adjustment to college but better social adjustment.


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