The role of mothers’ child-based worth in their affective responses to children’s performance
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香港中文大學研究人員
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摘要This research examined whether American and Chinese mothers' tendencies to base their worth on children's performance contributes to their affective responses to children's performance. Study 1 used daily interviews to assess mothers' warmth (vs. hostility) and children's school performance (N = 197; M-age = 12.81 years). In Study 2, such affect was observed in the laboratory following children's manipulated performance on cognitive problems (N = 128; M-age = 10.21 years). The more mothers based their worth on children's performance, the more their warmth (vs. hostility) decreased when children failed in Study 1. This pattern was evident only among Chinese mothers in Study 2. In both studies, child-based worth did not contribute to mothers' affective responses to children's success.
著者Ng F.Y.,Pomerantz E. M.,Lam S.F.,Deng C.
期刊名稱Child Development
出版年份2019
月份1
卷號90
期次1
出版社Wiley
頁次e165 - e181
國際標準期刊號0009-3920
語言美式英語
關鍵詞Parental warmth, contingent self-worth, academic achievement

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