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Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control

Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control

assessing relevance across time, culture, and method

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Published by Blackwell in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parent and teenager,
  • Parenting,
  • Control (Psychology),
  • Behavior disorders in adolescence,
  • Adolescent development,
  • Ouder-kind-relaties,
  • Gezinsopvoeding

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    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBrian K. Barber, Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A. Olsen ; with commentary by W. Andrew Collins and Margaret Burchinal.
    SeriesMonographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- serial no. 282, vol. 70, no. 4, 2005, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- v. 70, no. 4.
    ContributionsBarber, Brian K., 1954-, Stolz, Heidi E., 1963-, Olsen, Joseph A., Collins, W. Andrew, 1944-, Burchinal, Margaret.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ799.15 .P345 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 151 p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23140041M
    LC Control Number2007295136

    An in-depth psychological understanding the concept of control and WHY it is so darn tempting to control our children! Controlling Behavior Is a Misuse of Power to Make Other People Fulfill OUR Needs! Briefly put, controlling behavior is a manifestation of superior power vis-à . The two main styles of parental control are behavioral and psychological. The authoritarian parent favors controlling the adolescents’ behavior by setting limits, enforcing rules, in an overbearing way. The other type of control, psychological, is the parent using feelings and emotions to control them without the adolescent realizing.


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Parental behavioral and psychological control and problematic internet use among Chinese adolescents: the mediating role of self-control. Li X(1), Li D, Newman J. Author information: (1)Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York, by: Parental Support, Psychological Control and Behavioral Control: Assessing Relevance Across Time, Culture and Method (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development) [Barber, Brian K., Stolz, Heidi E., Olsen, Joseph A., Overton, Willis F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Parental Support, Psychological Control and Behavioral Control: Format: Paperback. In his book, Intrusive Parenting: How Psychological Control Affects Children and Adolescents, published by the American Psychological Association, Brian Barber and his colleague, Elizabeth Harmon, define the psychological control of children by a parent: “Psychological control refers to parental behaviors that are intrusive and manipulative of.

The Psychology of Parental Control: How Well-Meant Parenting Backfires by Wendy S. Grolnick Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. Mahwah, NJ, ; pp$ This book is an excellent, insightful, and comprehensive review and discussion of.

Factor analysis showed that three distinct factors (namely parental behavioral control, parental psychological control, and parent-child relational qualities) were extracted from the father-child and mother-child relational measures, and good internal consistency among the items on the three factors was by: The item Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: assessing relevance across time, culture, and method, Brian K.

Barber, Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A. Olsen ; with commentary by W. Andrew Collins and Margaret Burchinal represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Bryn Athyn College.

Parental Support, Psychological Control and Behavioral Control: Assessing Relevance Across Time, Culture and Method / Edition 1 by Brian K. Barber, Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A.

Olsen, Willis F. Overton Brian K. BarberPrice: $ C. Trevarthen, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 7 The Biology of Human Imitation, Cultural Learning, and Language. Monkeys and apes learn in social play, and imitate, but parental support for learning is limited in subhumans, and the most elaborate monkey play is between peers.

Apes play over a wider range of ages, and their play. What can parents, and others interested in adolescents, do to facilitate their healthy development. In many decades of work, researchers have continually identified three central dimensions of parenting: support, behavioral control, and psychological control, all of which have been associated consistently with either positive or negative indicators of adolescent functioning.

Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: assessing relevance across time, culture, and method. Title Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: assessing relevance across time, culture, and method / Brian K. Barber, Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A.

Olsen ; with commentary by W. Andrew Collins and Margaret Burchinal. The core of psychological control is that it assualts the child's self. Parenting characterized by both high warmth and high control (authoritative parenting) is.

Using this research base, the author provides evidence that parental control can be subtle and can lurk within many "positive" parenting approaches; parental control undermines the very behaviors we wish to inculcate in our children; providing autonomy support--the opposite of control--is a challenge, even when parents are committed to doing by: Parental control takes two forms: "behavioral control" and "psychological control" (Bean, Barber, and Crane ).

Behavioral control refers to the constraints and regulations that parents set to. As well as behavioural control, parental support and psychological control are major types of parent behaviour and are argued to form the three primary parenting behaviours (Barber, Stolz.

Wendy Grolnick's book, the Psychology of Parental Control, provides a taxonomy of concepts within which to consider issues of parental influence, a review of the psychological literature, and a point of view concerning what is likely to work and what is not.

It is a clear, well-written and practical text that would be useful for academic. "The book examines the concept of parental control and discusses what research has found about the effects of control on children's development.

The book also discusses specific ways parents exert control, examines the effects of control on various goals parents have for their children, examines autonomy support, and explores how parents can.

Barber, B.K., Stolz, H.E. and Olsen, J.A. () Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control Assessing relevance across time, culture, and method.

To measure perceived behavioral and psychological control, use was made of the scales ‘behavioral control’ and ‘psychological control’ of the Children’s Reports of Parental Behaviour Inventory (CRPBI) [40, 63–65]. Both control scales of the CRPBI consist of ten items for each scale, with scores ranging from 0 (never) to 4 (always).Cited by:   Parental psychological control has consistently been linked to greater engagement in problem behaviors among adolescents, including over-eating behaviors, under-eating behaviors, risky cyber behaviors, and substance use.

Previous research has suggested that child characteristics, such as temperament, may moderate this association. However, little research Cited by: 5. Moreover, indirect relationships were found between affection and communication (β = −; p Cited by: Focuses on 2 central tasks: (1) to review and integrate the historical conceptualizations of parental psychological control and identify the aspects of child or adolescent development these conceptualizations appear to have targeted, and (2) to review and discuss the known child and adolescent correlates of parental psychological control.

Regarding the 1st task, we concluded Cited by: cally between psychological control and be-havioral control. Psychological control refers to control attempts that intrude into the psy-chological and emotional development of the child (e.g., thinking processes, self-expression, emotions, and attachment to par-ents).

Behavioral control, in contrast, refers to parental behaviors that attempt to. There is no denying the fundamental role played by parents in the psychosocial development of their children—either as a liability or as protection against mental health disorders. This study seeks to ascertain, by means of odds ratio statistics (OR), the correlation between parental psychological control and emotional and behavioral disorders.

A total of students took part Cited by: 4. Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: assessing relevance across time, culture, and method Responsibility Brian K. Barber, Heidi E. Stolz, Joseph A. Olsen ; with commentary by W. Andrew Collins and Margaret Burchinal.

Psychological control is distinguished from behavioral control in that the parent attempts to control, through the use of criticism, dominance, and anxiety or guilt induction, the youth’s thoughts and feelings rather than the youth’s behavior.” (p.

57) page “This study was conducted using two different samples of youth. "Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: Assessing relevance across time, culture, and method." Monographs of the Society for.

parental autonomy-support and parental control have obtained divergent results. This study aims to shed light on the relation between perceived parental autonomy-support and psychological control by differentiating between two conceptualizations of parental auton-omy-support, that is, Promotion of Independence (PI) and Promotion of Volitional.

Psychological control Behavioral control Autonomy-support Self-determination theory abstract Psychological control refers to manipulative parental behavior that intrudes upon the child’s psychological world.

During the past dec-ade, socialization research has consistently demonstrated the neg. Psychological Control, Parental Support, Adolescent Grades and School Engagement. David B. Thompson. School of Family Life, BYU. Master of Science. As we examined research on the effects of parental psychological control and support on adolescents, we noted that these variables have not been widely studied in relation to academic : David Brian Thompson.

Parental support, psychological control, and behavioral control: Assessing relevance across time, method, and culture. Monographs of the Society for Research in. The adolescents and their parents (92 mothers, 24 fathers) were surveyed using self-report measures.

The parenting dimensions warmth and support, psychological control, and behavioral control (demands, rules, and discipline), as well as parental psychopathology and parental satisfaction were by: Using this research base, the author provides evidence that parental control can be subtle and can lurk within many "positive" parenting approaches; parental control undermines the very behaviours we wish to inculcate in our children; providing autonomy support - the opposite of control - is a challenge, even when parents are committed to doing so/5(4).

Abstract. Objective Examine relationships between parental depressive symptoms, affective and instrumental parenting practices, youth depressive symptoms and glycemic control in a diverse, urban sample of adolescents with diabetes. Methods Sixty-one parents and youth aged 10–17 completed self-report 1c assays were Cited by: Psychological control is distinguished from behavioral control in that the parent attempts to control, through the use of criticism, dominance, and anxiety or guilt induction, the youth’s thoughts and feelings rather than the youth’s behavior.” (p.

Parental Support, Psychological Control, and Behavioral Control: Assessing Relevance Across Time, Method, and Culture Brian K. Barber The University of Tennessee Heidi E.

Stolz California State University, San Bernardino Joseph A. Olsen Brigham Young University Suzanne L. Maughan University of Nebraska at Kearney. Methods Used to Support a Behavioral Control System Isolation of the person and manipulation of his or her environment.

Control of information going in and out of the group environment. The parental control in the network is the vigilance that the parents of the children have so that they do not spend an excessive time on the internet or visit websites with adult content.

Nowadays, the internet has been established in our homes to be part of our family. Given the digital divide that exists between different generations, parents are finding themselves with.

PARENTAL BEHAVIOR. By. N., Pam M.S. - April 7, the procedure involved in preparation for the birth of offspring and the behavior of one or both parents which assist in the survival or welfare of their young. Psychology Definition of BEHAVIOR CONTROL: n.

the exercise of influence and authority over human behavior. For instance, undesirable behavior can be redirected through psychological manipulation in.