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Parents' awareness and management of emotion: Implications for parenting practices and child outcomes

A long history of research links parents' beliefs and expectations regarding children to their parenting practices. Recently, attention has been given to the role played by parents' specific emotion-related cognitions such as awareness and management of their own emotions in the socialization process. The present study examines relations among parental awareness and management of emotion, discomfort with emotion, emotion-related parenting practices, and children's social-emotional competence, externalizing behavior, and emotion understanding. (author abstract)
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United States

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