Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Research Article: Maternal Emotion Socialization, Depressive Symptoms and Child Emotion Regulation: Child Emotionality as a Moderator

Authors
Qiong Wu (Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University)
Xin Feng (Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University)
Emma Hooper (Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University)
Seulki Ku (Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University)

Paper Highlights

  • This study enhances our understanding child emotion regulation with support for the interactive perspective of child development.
  • Findings from this study suggest that there may be different ways in which the socialization of ER occurs depending on both the child’s emotionality and the mother’s emotional states and parenting.
  • The findings from this study can further inform translational research on promoting adaptive ER in early childhood
Author keywords: emotion regulation, child emotionality, maternal emotion socialization, diathesis-stress model, maternal depression



DOI: 10.1002/icd.1979 



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