publication . Article . 2010

Big Five, Parenting, Externalizing

Cathy M. van der Sluis; Amaranta D. de Haan; Peter Prinzie; Maja Deković;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
ABSTRACT Building on prior cross-sectional work, this longitudinal study evaluated the proposition that maternal and paternal overreactive and authoritative parenting mediates the effect of child personality characteristics on externalizing behavior. Data from the Flemish Study on Parenting, Personality, and Problem Behavior were used in a moderated mediation analysis (N=434). Teachers rated children's Big Five characteristics, fathers and mothers rated their parenting, and 3 years later, children rated their externalizing behavior. Mediational analysis revealed both direct and indirect effects. Higher levels of Extraversion and lower levels of Benevolence were ...
free text keywords: Social Psychology, Personality Assessment Inventory, Conscientiousness, Developmental psychology, Extraversion and introversion, Temperament, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Poison control, Personality, Psychology, Moderated mediation, Personality development
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