Implications of Chinese and American mothers' goals for children’s emotional distress
Publication in refereed journal

香港中文大學研究人員
替代計量分析
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摘要This research examined a cultural socialization model in which differences in Chinese and American parents’ goals for children foster differences in children’s emotional distress via parents’ responses to children’s performance. Chinese and American mothers and their children (N = 397; Mage = 13.19 years) participated in a 2-wave study spanning a year. Mothers reported on their self-improvement (i.e., children striving to improve) and self-worth (i.e., children feeling worthy) goals, as well as responses to children’s performance. Children reported on their emotional distress (e.g., anxiety and depression). Chinese (vs. American) mothers’ greater endorsement of self-improvement goals predicted their more frequent use of failure-oriented responses (e.g., highlighting children’s mistakes), which accounted for Chinese (vs. American) children’s heightened emotional distress over time.
著者Ng J., Xiong Y., Qu Y., Cheung C., Ng F. F., Wang M., Pomerantz E. M.
期刊名稱Developmental Psychology
出版年份2019
月份12
卷號55
期次12
頁次2616 - 2629
國際標準期刊號0012-1649
電子國際標準期刊號1939-0599
語言美式英語

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