Lecture 21 - o Lack of self-control o Has trouble with...

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Lecture 21 20/04/2010 10:27:00 Parenting Styles High Demanding, High Responsive = Authoritative High Demanding, Low Responsive = Authoritarian  Low Demanding, High Responsive = Indulgent (permissive) Low Demanding, Low Responsive = Indifferent (uninvolved) Limitations of Research on Parenting Styles Parents don’t use same style in all contexts Doesn’t capture reciprocal socialization Research Findings on Adolescent Behavior Associated with Different Parenting Styles Authoritarian  o Social incompetence o Anxious about social comparison o Difficulty initiating activity o Poor communication skills o Low autonomy o Dependent o Passive  o Less intellectually curious Authoritative  o Social competence o Self-reliant o Socially responsible o High autonomy 
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o Self-assured o Adaptive o Creative o Curious o Successful in school Indifferent o Socially incompetent o Impulsive- poor self-control o Delinquent behavior Indulgent o Social incompetence
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Unformatted text preview: o Lack of self-control o Has trouble with rules and regulations o Less mature o More irresponsible o More conforming to peers o Lack of leadership Authoritative Parenting Components of authoritative parenting: o Warmth (acceptance) o Autonomy Granting o Behavioral Control Parental Control Types of Parental Control o Behavioral Control o Psychological Control Relationship between behavioral control and adolescent behavior Differentiating psychological control and autonomy granting More behavior control = Higher GPA (too much control though = lower GPA) Externalized Behavior decreases with more behavior control Higher psychological = lower grades and more problems Autonomy granting = higher grades, but no relation to problems 20/04/2010 10:27:00 20/04/2010 10:27:00...
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