publication . Article . 2015

Autonomy Support and Emotion Regulation

Brenning, Katrijn; Soenens, Bart; Van Petegem, Stijn; Vansteenkiste, Maarten;
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  • Published: 15 Jan 2015 Journal: Social Development, volume 24, pages 561-578 (issn: 0961-205X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: Belgium
Abstract This study investigated longitudinal associations between perceived maternalautonomy-supportive parenting and early adolescents’ use of three emotion regulation(ER) styles: emotional integration, suppressive regulation, and dysregulation. Wetested whether perceived maternal autonomy support predicted changes in ER andwhether these ER styles, in turn, related to changes in adjustment (i.e., depressivesymptoms, self-esteem). Participants (N = 311, mean age at Time 1 = 12.04) reportedon perceived maternal autonomy support, their ER styles, and adjustment at twomoments in time, spanning a one-year interval. Cross-lagged analyses showed thatperceived materna...
free text keywords: Social Sciences, REGULATION MODEL, PARENTS, emotion regulation, parenting, autonomy support, PERCEPTIONS, SELF-DETERMINATION, CHILDRENS NEGATIVE EMOTIONS, DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS, CONDITIONAL REGARD, CONSEQUENCES, ACHIEVEMENT, ANTECEDENTS, longitudinal, Social Sciences (miscellaneous), Sociology and Political Science, Developmental and Educational Psychology, Developmental psychology, Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Autonomy, Emotional dysregulation, Social psychology, Longitudinal study, Psychology
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