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Jennaveve C. Yost
University of Mary Washington
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Holly H. Schiffrin8
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(University of Mary Washington),
Mindy J. Erchull18
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(University of Mary Washington)
+ -3 AuthorsEmily R. Saldanha1
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(University of Mary Washington)
Objectives We examined gender differences in helicopter parenting and emerging adults’ well-being through the basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Based on gender congruence theory, we hypothesized that daughters’ well-being would be more adversely impacted by their mothers’ helicopter parenting compared to fathers’, while the opposite pattern would emerge for sons.
Published on May 1, 2019in Journal of Child and Family Studies 1.56
Holly H. Schiffrin8
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(University of Mary Washington),
Jennaveve C. Yost1
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(University of Mary Washington)
+ 2 AuthorsErynn Sendrick1
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(University of Mary Washington)
Objectives The purpose of this study was to develop a consolidated helicopter parenting scale (CHPS) from five existing measures of helicopter parenting and utilize the new measure to examine the relationship between helicopter parenting and intelligence mindset.
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