Relations between parenting behaviors, parent traits, and children's social competence in Chinese immigrant families
The purpose of the present project was to explore the relations between Chinese cultural values and parenting behaviors, and how both relate to Chinese preschoolers' social-emotional adjustment in a sample of immigrant Chinese families. Samples of Chinese parents and their preschool children were drawn from an urban-based Head Start program in the northeastern United States. Information on parent traits, parenting behaviors, and children's play behaviors was gathered from parents' self-report using established instruments translated into Chinese. (author abstract)
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An investigation of parenting traits, parenting behaviors, and children's social competence in a sample of Chinese Head Start families
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