Unformatted text preview: of parental control/demand ii. diff. types of parents: 1. authoritative—demanding but also warm and responsive. Good parenting, good child. 2. authoritarian—cold and unresponsive, high in demand. Child is low self confidence, social, and academic. 3. permissive—responsive to child’s needs/wants and are lenient. Child is impulsive, low self control, low academic More school misconduct and drug use than authoritative parents’ kids. 4. rejecting-neglecting—doesn’t pay attention to child. Child is antisocial, low academic, drugs, risky/promiscuous behavior. iii. The types above differ slightly by culture iv. Child influences parenting—their attractiveness, temperament. v. Socioeconomic status influences parenting—richer people more likely to be authoritative and accepting....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course P SY 2034-23 taught by Professor Cb during the Spring '10 term at Carnegie Mellon.
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