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Parents of Children with Asperger Syndrome: Relationships between Early Attachment Experiences and Parenting Behaviors

  • Angus, Jeanne
    • Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2013
  • Research with parents of children with Asperger Syndrome was conducted to assess whether the level of positive parental attachment correlated positively with positive parenting behaviors and negatively with negative parenting behaviors. Participants were recruited from internet. The Parental Bonding Inventory measured parents' perception of their bonding or attachment with three aspects of their own parents: warmth, control, and care. In the Parenting Behavior Inventory, parents reported recent interaction/reaction behaviors with their child, and results focused on two aspects of parenting, supportive/engaged and hostile/coercive behaviors: each identified as problematic to parenting and attributable to a variety of specific parenting behaviors. Analysis of demographic variables for correlations with positive parenting behaviors and negative parenting behaviors were carried out by Pearson correlations. Two separate standard multiple regressions, one for positive parenting behaviors and one for negative parenting behaviors, were conducted. Findings support the hypothesis that positive early attachment experience of parents has a significant impact upon their own positive parenting skills with their child with Asperger Syndrome. However, multiple regression of negative parenting behavior found no significant negative contribution by parental attachment. Demographic variables proved to be important.

The Search for Parenting Behaviors relating to Attachment Style (애착 유형과 관련된 부모의 양육행동 탐색)

  • LEE, Hee-Yeong
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.60-68
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    • 2004
  • This study was conducted to identify parenting factors relating to attachment style. Subjects were 418 college students. Participants completed 1) a brief demographic data questionnaires, 2) Parenting Behavior Inventory and 3) Relationship Questionnaire. Data were analyzed using discriminant analysis for the total sample and by gender. For men, affection, neglect, monitoring, intrusiveness, reasoning, inconsistency and physical abuse of both father and mother are important parenting behaviors that contribute to discriminating secure attachment style from insecure attachment style. For women, neglect, affection, reasoning, inconsistency, monitoring and physical abuse of father and affection, reasoning, neglect, inconsistency and monitoring of mother are important parenting behaviors that contribute to discriminating secure attachment style from insecure attachment style. The implications of this study for theory and practice were discussed and recommendations for future research were made.

Peer Conflict Resolution Strategy of Adolescents According to Grade, Gender and Parenting Behavior (학년 및 성별과 부모의 양육행동에 따른 청소년의 또래 갈등해결전략)

  • LEE, Hee-Yeong;CHEON, Tae-Bok
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.228-239
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate if conflict resolution strategies that middle school students use are different according to grade, gender and parenting behavior. Six hundred middle school students completed Scale on Friendship Conflict Resolution Strategies in Friendship and Parenting Behavior Inventory. Collected data were analyzed using Two Way ANOVA, Cross-Tabulation Analysis and Multiple Regression Analysis. The results of the study showed that strategies that students use in conflict situations were partially different according to gender and grade. And parenting behaviors influenced strategies that students use in conflict situations. The implications of this study on theory and practice were discussed. Finally, limitations of this study and suggestions for further study were made.

The Effect of Parenting Behavior and Parent-Child Communication on Elementary School Children's Multiple Intelligence (부모의 양육행동 및 부모-자녀 간 의사소통이 초등학교 아동의 다중지능에 미치는 영향)

  • Jang, Young-Ae
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.115-129
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of parenting behavior and parent-child communication on elementary school children's multiple intelligence. 321 children selected from two elementary schools and their mothers participated in the study. Data were collected using the multiple intelligence index, parenting behavior inventory and parent-child communication index. The data were statistically analyzed using the t-test, one-way ANOVA(Duncan test), and multiple regression analysis. The study showed that there were some significant differences in children's multiple intelligence according to the children's gender, income, mother and father's educational background. There were some significant differences in children's multiple intelligence according to the parenting behavior, warmth acceptance and permissiveness nonintervention behaviors, and to the parent-child open communication and problematic communication. It was also found that children's gender, family income, warmth acceptance behavior, permissiveness nonintervention behavior, open communication and problematic communication were all significant predictors of the children's multiple intelligence. Implications based on this study are as follows; in order to increase the children' multiple intelligence, parents should be warmer and more accepting and have open communication with their children.

The Relationship between Object Relations and Parenting Behavior of Mothers of ADHD Children (주의력결핍 과잉행동장애 아동 어머니의 대상관계와 부모양육행동)

  • Son, A-Young;Park, Eun-Jin;Lee, Dae-Hwan;Choi, Young-Min;Kim, Bong-Seog
    • Journal of the Korean Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.228-235
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    • 2011
  • Objectives : This study was conducted to compare the object relations and parenting behavior of the mothers of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with that of the mothers with normal children. Methods : In this study, we studied 64 mothers of children who were diagnosed with ADHD and 90 mothers of normal children. The mothers completed the Bell Object Relations Inventory (BORI), the Parenting Behavior Inventory (PBI), the Parenting Stress Index (PSI) and the Parenting Sense of Competence (PSOC) scale. Results : As compared with the mothers of normal children, the mothers of children with ADHD showed significantly different results for the parenting stress and parenting efficacy. For parenting behavior, the mothers of children with ADHD perceived their mothering as being more neglectful. On the other hand, the mothers of the normal control group perceived their mothering as being more affectionate and the fathers as being more reasonable and monitoring. Conclusion : This study suggests there is a significant difference of object relation between the mothers of children with ADHD and the mothers with normal children. The object relation pathology of the mothers of children with ADHD might contribute to impaired parenting behavior. The result of the present study indicate that inadequate grandparental rearing behavior affects the insecure object relation of their child (the mother), and a mother's insecure object relation affects their parental stress and parenting efficacy.

COPING STYLE, FAMILY SUPPORT, PARENTING BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS WITH HIGHLY PERCEIVED STRESS (청소년의 높은 스트레스 지각과 대처양식, 가족 내 지지, 부모양육행동 간의 관계)

  • Cho In Hee;Lee Byoung Jo;Ha Jee Hyun;Yoo Hee Jeong
    • Journal of the Korean Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.63-71
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    • 2005
  • Objectives : This study was intended to compare coping style, family support, and parenting behavior between adolescent groups with different levels of perceived stress. Methods : A total of 795 high school students participated in this study. First, they were tested on the Perceived Stress Scale and then were separated into two groups depending on the level of perceived stress. Both groups completed the Scale for the Coping Style, the Family Environment Scale (relationship subscale) and Parenting Behavior Inventory. Results : The high stress group had significantly higher scores on all their coping scores than the low stress group. Also, the high stress group had significantly higher family conflict scores, lower family cohesiveness scores and lower expression scores than the low stress group. The high stress group experienced negative parenting behavior from both parents more often than the low stress group. In the adolescents with low family cohesiveness and expression, the use of active behavioral coping was decreased, if the higher stressful events occurred. The use of avoidant coping by these adolescents increased when there were higher levels of stress in their environment. Conclusion : Low family support directly reduced the usage of active behavioral coping and increased the use of avoidant coping strategy through the mediation of high stress condition.

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