PSY 101 #3 - Developmental Psychology September 2007, Vol....

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Developmental Psychology September 2007, Vol. 43, No. 5, p 1170-1186 Relations of Maternal Socialization and Toddlers'  Effortful Control to Children's Adjustment and  Social Competence Tracy L. Spinrad 1 , Nancy Eisenberg 2 , Bridget Gaertner 1 , Tierney  Popp 1 , Cynthia L. Smith 2 , Anne Kupfer 2 , Karissa Greving 1 , Jeffrey  Liew 2 , Claire Hofer 2 1 School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State University 2 Department of Psychology, Arizona State University Address for Correspondence: Tracy L. Spinrad, School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State  University, P.O. Box 3701, Tempe, AZ 85287-3701 Email: [email protected] Cynthia L. Smith is now at the Department of Human Development, Virginia Tech University.  Support for this study was provided in part by National Institute of Mental Health Grant 5 R01  MH060838 to Nancy Eisenberg and Tracy L. Spinrad. We express our appreciation to the  parents, caregivers, and toddlers who participated in the study and to the many research 
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