Does Self-Control Influence Maternal Attachment? A Reciprocal Effects Analysis from Early Childhood Through Middle Adolescence Article

Meldrum, Ryan C, Young, Jacob TN, Hay, Carter et al. (2012). Does Self-Control Influence Maternal Attachment? A Reciprocal Effects Analysis from Early Childhood Through Middle Adolescence . 28(4), 673-699. 10.1007/s10940-012-9173-y

keywords

  • ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR
  • Adolescence
  • Attachment
  • CONDUCT PROBLEMS
  • COVARIANCE STRUCTURE-ANALYSIS
  • Child effects
  • Childhood
  • Criminology & Penology
  • DELINQUENT-BEHAVIOR
  • EMPIRICAL-TEST
  • GENERAL-THEORY
  • INTERACTIONAL THEORY
  • MISSING DATA
  • PARENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • Reciprocal effects
  • Self-control
  • Social Sciences
  • TEST STATISTICS

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 673

end page

  • 699

volume

  • 28

issue

  • 4