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Parental identification, personality, and adjustment among expectant fathers

Bernard L Daina

Parental identification, personality, and adjustment among expectant fathers

by Bernard L Daina

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pregnancy -- Psychological aspects,
  • Father and child -- Psychological aspects

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    Statementby Bernard L. Daina
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 243 leaves
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14055276M

    B) parents tend to describe achievement and warmth as important for sons and competition and closely supervised activities as important for daughters. C) parents actively reinforce closeness and independence in boys and dependency in girls. D) fathers are more insistent that girls rather than boys conform to gender roles. ABSTRACT This study examined the impact of broken homes on academic performance and psychosocial adjustment of secondary school students in Kosofe Local Government Area of Lagos State. The descriptive survey design was used in this study. The research instrument used for this study was a questionnaire tagged (BHAP) which was adapted by the.

      Photo Credit: Ravidilu Do you know an emotionally avoidant and detached parent/guardian? If so, what makes that person so emotionally unavailable? Is it a mental illness, personality disorder, or.   This work investigates the academic stress and mental health of Indian high school students and the associations between various psychosocial factors and academic stress. A total of students from grades 11 and 12 (mean age: years) from three government-aided and three private schools in Kolkata India were surveyed in the study. Data collection involved using a specially .

      Similar to divorce, parental personality is an objective shared environment since each parent has one personality, and multiple siblings have the same parent (i.e., it is the same personality for each child in the family, regardless of its impact on children). Similarly, DP (defined as the amount of positivity or negativity a. Parental characteristics are features of parents that have been identified as explanatory variables in a wide range of settings. They include: They include: Parent educational background.


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Parental identification, personality, and adjustment among expectant fathers by Bernard L Daina Download PDF EPUB FB2

Measures. Expectant parents’ parenting perfectionism was measured using a shortened item version of the Multidimensional Parenting Perfectionism Questionnaire (MPPQ; Snell et al., ).Modeled after Hewitt and Flett’s () Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, the MPPQ was the first scale specifically designed to measure parenting perfectionism, and allowed for the examination Cited by: The indirect path from parent personality and later adolescent personality through positive parenting also was significant, b (unstandardized coefficient), SE, p fathers.

Follow-up analyses using bootstrapped confidence intervals also showed this indirect path to be significant Cited by:   For fathers, societal-oriented parenting perfectionism was associated with higher parenting stress.

Self-oriented parenting perfectionism was significantly related to all three measures of parental adjustment for fathers. Fathers high on this dimension reported higher parenting self-efficacy, lower parenting stress, and more parenting by: Significant depression affects between 10% and 30% of women during pregnancy: the incidence remains elevated in the year following childbirth.

1,2 Although a large body of research has documented the risk factors for and negative effects of depression in mothers, little is known about depression in expectant or new fathers. 3 This article reviews the limited but growing literature about Cited by: 2. We investigated fathers’ personality and its interaction with children’s personality as predictors of adolescent perceived parenting behavior.

Data were used from the Flemish Study on Parenting, Personality and Development including children. At Time 1 fathers rated their personality whereas teachers rated the child’s by:   These types of parents respond promptly to their child's needs, are sensitive and emotionally available for child at all times (McGolerick, ).

Parents that choose this parenting style believe that a strong attachment to the parent helps the child become a more secure, empathic, peaceful human being (McGolerick, ).

Becoming the parent of a new baby comes with a range of challenges including difficulties with emotional adjustment, couple relationship issues and difficulty managing common infant behaviors, such as crying and sleep problems.

This time can be especially challenging for couples who experience a range of risk factors. Previous parenting interventions for parents of babies have shown mixed results.

This view persists among many, despite the fact that fathers in two-parent families, before divorce, typically share with mothers at least some of. New York, NY: Basic Books. Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist in private practice.

He is also an adjunct psychology professor at the Miami Dade College in Miami, FL. In my book, "The Connected Father," I wrote about one such reconciliation, and quote it here (pp.

"A father at a workshop of mine many years ago explained it. This paper reviews the research literature on the relationship between parental involvement (PI) and academic achievement, with special focus on the secondary school (middle and high school) level. The results first present how individual PI variables correlate with academic achievement and then move to more complex analyses of multiple variables on the general construct described in the.

Parental alienation syndrome, a term coined in the s by child psychiatrist Dr. Richard A. Gardner, occurs when one parent attempts to turn the couple's children against the other parent.

Parents who had predicted more about the unborn child's characteristics were more likely to comment appropriately on their infants' internal states during infant-parent interaction. For fathers. The birth of a child changes the dynamics of the family system and modifies the mutual relations between parents.

Therefore, the emotional reactions of both partners, not only mothers-to-be, to the situation of increasing their family, should be examined. In this article the authors focus on the Couvade Syndrome experienced by expectant fathers.

RESULTS Personality Adjustment The mean score for personality adjustment of the caregivers (M = ) was significantly lower than the prototype score () for an optimally adjusted individual (t =df = 24, P parent rankings with the prototype rankings was r (NS). Assessments.

The Korean version of the Temperament and Character Inventory-Revised-Short (TCI-RS) (Min, Oh & Lee, ) is a item self-report questionnaire, which asks individuals to rate each item on a 5-point scale (0 = not at all to 4 = very true).The Korean version of the questionnaire was standardized and validated in and demonstrated good validity and reliability (Min, Oh & Lee.

1. Introduction. Numerous factors contribute to individual differences in parenting behavior, and parental personality has been assigned a major role by some theorists (Vondra, Sysko, & Belsky, ) because it relates to both the way mothers and fathers execute the parental role as well as to the quality of their close relationships (Belsky & Barends, ).

A more recent study examined beliefs about fathers, gendered roles, and television viewing habits among first-time expectant parents (Kuo and Ward ).

Results suggested that an increased. The Relationship between Personality and Depression in Expectant Parents Article (PDF Available) in Depression research and treatment (4) August with Reads How we measure.

There has been some investigation of how mothers and fathers differ in their parental cognitions and parenting style: Mothers report higher endorsement of progressive parenting attitudes, encouraging their children to think and verbalize their own ideas and opinions, whereas fathers endorse a more authoritarian approach.

15 What is unknown is. Among expectant fathers, this association was positive, while among expectant mothers it was not correlated. The positive association between expectant fathers’ avoidance and pathology underscores the significance of a positive couple relationship to the formation of positive caregiving representations about the baby and the parental role.Many men experience depression and anxiety during the transition to parenthood, but characteristics associated with fathers’ distress are less well understood than those for mothers.

Among perinatal women, both general cognitive biases and attitudes toward parenthood are associated with symptoms of depression and anxiety. The goal of this study was to assess whether these characteristics are.Of these parents, mothers and fathers agreed to complete questionnaires, of which mothers and fathers also agreed to participate during home visits (full participation).

Figure 1 Flow chart of study population ‘Expectant Parents’.