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Child Temperament Moderates Effects of Parent-Child Mutuality on Self-Regulation: A Relationship-Based Path for Emotionally Negative Infants

Title
Child Temperament Moderates Effects of Parent-Child Mutuality on Self-Regulation: A Relationship-Based Path for Emotionally Negative Infants
Author
김상학
Keywords
Parent Child Relationship; Infants; Self Control; Correlation; Mothers; Family (Sociological Unit); Psychological Patterns; Multiple Regression Analysis; Longitudinal Studies
Issue Date
2012-07
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Citation
Child development, 2012, 83(4), P.1275-1289
Abstract
This study examined infants’ negative emotionality as moderating the effect of parent–child mutually responsive orientation (MRO) on children’s self‐regulation (n = 102). Negative emotionality was observed in anger‐eliciting episodes and in interactions with parents at 7 months. MRO was coded in naturalistic interactions at 15 months. Self‐regulation was measured at 25 months in effortful control battery and as self‐regulated compliance to parental requests and prohibitions. Negative emotionality moderated the effects of mother–child, but not father–child, MRO. Highly negative infants were less self‐regulated when they were in unresponsive relationships (low MRO), but more self‐regulated when in responsive relationships (high MRO). For infants not prone to negative emotionality, there was no link between MRO and self‐regulation. The “regions of significance” analysis supported the differential susceptibility model not the diathesis–stress model.
URI
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1467-8624.2012.01778.xhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/67349
ISSN
0009-3920
DOI
10.1111/j.1467-8624.2012.01778.x
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COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES[S](사회과학대학) > SOCIOLOGY(사회학과) > Articles
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