(2008). Pers. Personal. 70, 1137. behaviour psychological psychosocial Violating the self: parental psychological control of children and adolescents in Intrusive Parenting: How Psychological Control Affects Children and Adolescents, ed. 20, 125146. The adolescents needed to express if each item describes their parents arguments and how they felt in these situations, on a scale from zero (false) to two (almost true) (Iraurgi et al., 2008). While Korelitz and Garber (2016) indicated that children report higher levels of PC than their mothers, we do not propose a specific hypotheses on how who reports the maternal PC will influence the impact of adolescents, mothers or contextual characteristics on the use of maternal PC, based on limited previous evidence (Pettit et al., 2001; Walling et al., 2007; Laird, 2011).

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doi: 10.1080/15295192.2011.539510, Lansford, J. E. (2009). The intergenerational transmission of perfectionism: parents psychological control as an intervening variable. (2004). The adolescents who agreed to participate signed their Informed Assent and completed their questionnaires individually in their classrooms. (1983). doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2005.00840.x-i1, Baetens, I., Claes, L., Willem, L., Muehlenkamp, J., and Bijttebier, P. (2011). Child Fam. doi: 10.2307/1126465, Scharf, M., and Goldner, L. (2018).

Cabrera, E., Guevara, I., and Barrera, F. (2006). Dev. 60, 104113. In Chile, parental PC has been scarcely studied, but the existing research results are consistent with the notion that PC has a negative effect on adolescent wellbeing (Casassus Rodino et al., 2011; Prez and Cumsille, 2012). The fourth model included cross level interactions. The present findings inform on how adolescents self-regulatory skills could reduce the risk of being exposed to maternal PC. Table 1. Montesinos, R. Psychol. In the present study, adolescents and their mothers completed the scale. Rev. Descriptive statistics and correlations. Similar findings have been reported by Walling et al.

doi: 10.1037/10422-002, Barber, B., Stolz, H. E., Olsen, J. doi: 10.1007/s10826-017-0707-7, Keywords: maternal psychological control, adolescent irritability, adolescent effortful control, maternal separation anxiety, inter-parental conflict, Citation: Prez JC, Huerta P, Rubio B and Fernndez O (2021) Parental Psychological Control: Maternal, Adolescent, and Contextual Predictors. J. We used the Effortful Control and Frustration scales of the Early Adolescent Temperament Questionnaire-Revised (Ellis and Rothbart, 2001) adapted to Chilean samples (Hoffmann et al., 2017). A CFA considering all mothers who accepted participate in the study indicated that the original two-factor solution did not fit with the data, 2(559 df., N = 141) = 1060.908, p < 0.001, RMSEA = 0.080 (95% CI 0.0720.087), CFI = 0.73. 8:2131. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02131, Huth-Bocks, A. C., and Hughes, H. M. (2008). Trait emotional intelligence as mediator between psychological control and behaviour problems.

doi: 10.1111/1467-8624.00279. A model-building approach was used (Hoffman, 2015).

Couple conflict: insights from an attachment perspective.

Maternal personality, parenting cognitions and parenting practices. In the first model, we included Informant as a Level-1 predictor to account for the differences in the PCs the adolescents and their mothers reported. Social, Emotional, and Personality Development, eds N. Eisenberg and W. Damon (New York, NY: Wiley), 99166. Soc. Acta Colombiana Psicol. Soenens et al. Child Fam. Models with lowest AIC and BIC are considered to be the fitting model (McCoach and Black, 2008). In fact, Korelitz and Garber (2016) meta-analysis indicates a correlation of 0.27 in the reports of PC between adolescents and their mothers. 78, 217256. So, the final sample included 106 Chilean motheradolescent dyads (1418 years old) that resided in the same home. 4. Parenting 11, 7286. Generational difference and the developmental stake. 24, 22902300. doi: 10.1111/j.1540-5834.2005.00365.x, PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar, Barber, B. K., Xia, M., Olsen, J., McNeely, C., and Bose, K. (2012). Edn.

Also, inter-parental conflict is not uncommon among divorced/separated parents (Lansford, 2009; van Dijk et al., 2020). Stud. JP, PH, and BR contributed to conception and design of the study. (2003). Adolescents reported higher levels of maternal PC than their mothers did. 67, 647664.

Pers. 35, 273287. It indicated that a one-factor solution was metric invariance in mother and adolescent maternal PC scale 2(6 df., N = 106) = 2.391, p = ,878 (see Supplementary Table S1). doi: 10.1016/j.dr.2009.11.001, Soenens, B., Vansteenkiste, M., Duriez, B., and Goossens, L. (2006). The joint effect of both temperamental dimensions on the use of maternal PC will be explored. Erikson, E. H. (1950). For example, Laird (2011) who addressed a similar research question to ours, reported that maternal separation anxiety is a predictor of mother-reported PC, but not maladaptive perfectionism when adults, adolescent and contextual variables are included in the model. (1992). Consistent with this data, 32% of the adolescents reported that their parents were divorced/separated. Relaciones maritales, relaciones paternas y su influencia en el ajuste psicolgico de los hijos.

3, 327355. Considering the bivariate correlations, the PC level reported by both mothers and adolescents positively correlated with maternal separation anxiety, inter-parental conflict, and adolescents frustration levels. This can be understood in light of the different developmental stages adolescents and their mothers are facing (Bengston and Kuypers, 1971). Based on these parameters, we conclude that the relations between maternal anxiety about adolescent distancing, inter-parental conflict, and adolescent temperament with the level of maternal PC did not depend on who reported these. doi: 10.1007/s10826-015-0265-9, Grych, J. H., Seid, M., and Fincham, F. D. (1992). (2007). We averaged all items to calculate a single Effortful Control score (17 items, = 0.71). The study results support our hypothesis and is consistent with previous studies that show a positive relation between maternal anxiety about adolescent distancing and maternal PC (Flett et al., 2002; Soenens et al., 2005; Laird, 2011; Wuyts et al., 2017), and the positive relation between inter-parental conflict and maternal PC (Stone et al., 2002; Buehler et al., 2006; Cabrera et al., 2006). Mothers responsive parenting practices and psychological experience of parenting as mediators of the relation between marital conflict and mother-preadolescent relational negativity. Specifically, adolescents need to achieve autonomy and reduce emotional closeness with their parents (Erikson, 1950; Papalia et al., 2012), and parents need to achieve generativity (Erikson, 1950), might explain the different in perceptions on the quality of parent-adolescent relations.

Adults with parental separation anxiety, may express this type of anxiety through the use of PC, such as guilt induction and conditional childs approval. Child Dev. doi: 10.1016/j.dr.2018.07.002, Shiner, R. L., and Caspi, A. 48, 145177. J. Is maternal depression related to mother and adolescent reports of family functioning? First, the experience of conflict is a highly stressful phenomenon in couples and has negative consequences on the satisfaction and duration of the relationship (Feeney and Karantzas, 2017), thus involving a high level of maternal stress (Sturge-Apple et al., 2003). A multi-group Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was done. 16, 642659. Dev. The low factor loading of this item was also reported by Barber et al. Perfiles de la Masculinidad. Chilean adaptation and validation of the early adolescent temperament questionnaire-revised version. 19, 523539. doi: 10.1037/0012-1649.43.2.438, Prez, J. C., Coo, S., and Irarrzaval, M. (2018).

These behaviors include guilt induction, affection withdrawal, and/or the manipulation of the parentchild relationship (Barber, 2002; Barber and Harmon, 2002). In the third model, we tested the two hypothesized interactions. doi: 10.1007/s10826-006-9113-2, Wuyts, D., Soenens, B., Vansteenkiste, M., Van Petegem, S., and Brenning, K. (2017). doi: 10.1080/15295192.2014.870009, Ohannessian, C. M., Lerner, J. V., Lerner, R. M., and Von Eye, A. Effortful control as modifier of the association between negative emotionality and adolescents mental health problems. Likewise, mothers might use control strategies toward others to reduce their own anxiety (Lyons-Ruth and Jacobvitz, 2016). A theoretical upgrade of the concept of parental psychological control: proposing new insights on the basis of self-determination theory. J. Soc. doi: 10.1037/10458-004, Gargurevich, R., and Soenens, B. Specifically, in the case of families with a near-average (9.6 points) inter-parental conflict, there is a positive relationship between maternal separation anxiety and maternal PC (04), but this relationship increases by 0.01 (07), point as the inter-parental conflict increases in one point (see Figure 1). Childrens reports of parental behavior: an inventory. Lyons-Ruth, K., and Jacobvitz, D. (2016). The Supplementary Material for this article can be found online at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.712087/full#supplementary-material. The higher levels of maternal PC reported by adolescents (when compared to their mothers) found in this Latin American sample is consistent with studies conducted in other contexts. Child Fam. Jimnez-Moya, G., Carvacho, H., and lvarez, B. The relationship between non-suicidal self-injury and temperament in male and female adolescents based on child- and parent-report. doi: 10.1177/0265407503020002007, LaFrenire, P. J., and Dumas, J. E. (1992). This finding could be explained by the cultural characteristics of the sample, since traditional gender roles are still predominating in Latin America and Chile, particularly in those women who exercise care roles (PNUD, 2019). In the present study, we focus on maternal separation anxiety, which refers to feelings or unpleasant emotional states (such as anxiety, sadness, and frustration) associated with the adolescents independence and autonomy, such as, adolescents affective distancing of their families and decreased involvement with them, and their progressive involvement with people outside of the family (Hock et al., 2001). Predictors of psychological control as perceived by mothers and adolescents. No significant differences were found in the level of maternal PC when mothers, F(2,103) = 0.51, p = 0.60, and adolescents report it, F(2,103) = 2.07, p = 0.13, according to family type. Child Dev. 46, 241246. Finally, it should be noted that these results were obtained using a multi-informant perspective and a statistical method that considers the relation between different reports of maternal PC (by adolescents and by mothers). doi: 10.2307/1131672, Sanson, A., Hemphill, S. A., and Smart, D. (2004). For example, interventions aimed at improving the capacities for emotional regulation and adequate coping with stress for both adults and adolescents could act as protective factors in the use of this parental control strategy. Another plausible explanation of this interaction effect would be that it is indicative of the personal characteristics of the mother, in lines to Barber et al. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-7795.2006.00132.x. Dev. Exploring the associations between maternal personality, child temperament, and parenting: a focus on emotions. Interparental conflict, parental psychological control and youth problem behavior, in Intrusive Parenting: how Psychological Control Affects Children and Adolescents, ed. 68, 467483. Department of Brain and Behavioral Sciences, University of Pavia, Italy. Mothers reported on their separation anxiety. doi: 10.1017/s0954579404044591, Oldehinkel, A. J., Hartman, C. A., Ferdinand, R. F., Verhulst, F. C., and Ormel, J. B. K. Barber (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association), 5395. Why do they have to grow up so fast? parental separation anxiety and emerging adults pathology of separation-individuation. Revision of the Early Adolescent Temperament Questionnaire. In most cases, research team members attended periodic parent meetings at schools where they presented the research objectives and methodology. veit jhu

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