Dyadic flexibility and positive affect in mother-child interaction and child effortful control as independent and interacting predictors of child internalizing behaviors
The current study examined both the structure (i.e., in terms of dynamic systems based indicators of flexibility) and the affective content of mother-child interaction, as these relate to children's internalizing behaviors. Child effortful control (EC) was also examined. Together, child EC, dyadic flexibility and dyadic positive affect were tested as independent and interactive predictors of children's internalizing behaviors. In a sample of 100 mother-child dyads when children were approximately 3 years of age, dyads participated in a free play interaction task, and children's EC was observed ...
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Albrecht, Erin C.
Lunkenheimer, Erika S.
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