Sevgi Bayram Özdemir (Center for Developmental Research, Örebro University)
Charissa S. L. Cheah (Psychology, University of Maryland)
- Turkish mothers’ feelings, perceptions, and socialization approaches to childhood aggression vary depending on its nature.
- Mothers perceive children’s engagement in reactive aggression in the school setting as relatively more acceptable than proactive aggression.
Author keywords: proactive aggression; reactive aggression; parenting; Turkey; parenting; beliefs