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Reciprocal Relations between Maternal Parenting Behavior and Preschoolers` Compliance/Noncompliance during Mother-child Interactions : A Short-term Longitudinal Study
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Child Studies
  • Volume 36, Issue 5,  2015, pp.75-94
  • Publisher : Korean Association of Child Studies
  • DOI : 10.5723/KJCS.2015.36.5.75
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Reciprocal Relations between Maternal Parenting Behavior and Preschoolers` Compliance/Noncompliance during Mother-child Interactions : A Short-term Longitudinal Study
Shin, Nana; Park, Bokyung; Kim, Soyoung; Doh, Hyun-Sim;
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This study examined short-term longitudinal reciprocal relationships between maternal parenting behavior and preschoolers` compliance/noncompliance, as well as stability in both maternal parenting behavior and preschoolers` compliance/noncompliance over time. The sample which was used for this study was taken from a two-wave (one year apart) longitudinal study of preschool-aged children and their mothers (N
maternal parenting behavior;compliance/noncompliance;short-term longitudinal study;
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