Using Response Surface Analysis to Interpret the Impact of Parent–Offspring Personality Similarity on Adolescent Externalizing Problems

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Franken, Aart; Laceulle, Odillia M; Aken, Marcel A.G. van; Ormel, Johan;
(2017)
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
  • Journal: European Journal of Personality,volume 31,issue 1,pages104-117 (issn: 0890-2070, eissn: 1099-0984)
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  • Subject: TRAITS | Research Article | SOCIAL-CONSEQUENCES | PATERNAL INVESTMENT | antisocial behavior | social and personal relationships | DIFFERENCE SCORES | NETWORK | SUBSTANCE USE | 5-FACTOR MODEL | Social Psychology | ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR | TEMPERAMENT | dyadic and group analysis | Research Articles | statistical methods | POLYNOMIAL REGRESSION

Abstract Personality similarity between parent and offspring has been suggested to play an important role in offspring's development of externalizing problems. Nonetheless, much remains unknown regarding the nature of this association. This study aimed to investigate th... View more
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