Belsky, Jay and Conger, R. and Capaldi, D.M. (2009) The intergenerational transmission of parenting: introduction to the special section. Developmental Psychology 45 (5), pp. 1201-1204. ISSN 0012-1649.Full text not available from this repository.
Long-standing interest in the intergenerational transmission of parenting has stimulated work focused on child maltreatment, harsh parenting, and warm–supportive rearing. In addition to documenting significant, even if modest, continuity in parenting across generations, research in this area has addressed questions of mediation and moderation. This special section extends work in this general area, with 2 studies further chronicling intergenerational transmission and 3 further illuminating mechanisms through which parenting in 1 generation is repeated in a subsequent generation. Lacking, however, is high-quality work highlighting the conditions under which parenting is not transmitted across generations.
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