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Specificity in Links between Parenting Style, Peer Relationship Difficulties, and Adjustment Problems in Preadolescences
This study examined specificity linkages among peer relationship difficulties, negative parenting, and preadolescent adjustment problems. Of particular interest was whether specificity exists between bullying, hostile ...
A 4-Year Longitudinal Study of Children’s Competent Problem Solving in the Context of Positive Parenting and Peer Relationships
The ability to effectively, positively, and productively cope with social problems is considered one of the most important developmental tasks for children’s emotional and psychosocial adjustment. However there is a paucity ...