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The association of maternal socialization in childhood and adolescence with adult offsprings' sympathy/caring

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The purpose of the study was to examine associations between mothers' socialization practices in childhood and adolescence and offsprings' (N = 32, 16 female) sympathy/concern in early adulthood. Mothers reported on their socialization practices and beliefs a total of 6 times using a Q-sort during their offsprings' childhood (between 7-8 and 11-12 years of age) and adolescence (between 13-14 and 17-18 years of age). Adult offsprings' sympathy/caring was assessed 3 times in early adulthood (at ages 19-20 to 23-24 years) and in their mid-20s to 30s (ages 25-26 to 31-32 years). In general, friends' reports of participants' sympathy/concern at ages 25-32 years related positively to mother-reported rational discipline (including inductions) and warmth and support during childhood and adolescence and negatively to mother-reported negative affect during adolescence. Self-reported sympathy/concern during early adulthood was positively related to maternal warmth and support during childhood and almost significantly negatively related to mother-reported negative affect during childhood and adolescence. Most of the relations held when the prior level of self-reported childhood empathy or adolescent sympathy was controlled.
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hal-04083379 , version 1 (27-04-2023)

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Nancy Eisenberg, Sarah K. Vanschyndel, Claire Hofer. The association of maternal socialization in childhood and adolescence with adult offsprings' sympathy/caring. Developmental Psychology, 2015, Developmental Psychology, 51 (1), p. 7-16. ⟨10.1037/a0038137⟩. ⟨hal-04083379⟩

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