父母情绪社会化行为与青少年同伴社交技能的关系:教养方式的调节作用
Association between Parental Emotion-Related Socialization Behaviors and Adolescents’ Peer Social Skills: Moderated by Parenting Style

作者: 唐 鑫 * , 梁宗保 * , 邓慧华 * , 叶 明 * , 陆祖宏 :东南大学,学习科学研究中心;

关键词: 父母情绪社会化行为教养方式调节作用青少年同伴社交技能Parental Emotion-Related Socialization Behaviors Peer Social Skills Parenting Style Moderating Effect Adolescents

摘要: 采用问卷调查法,考察父母情绪社会化行为对青少年同伴社交技能的独特贡献及父母教养方式在其中的调节作用。结果发现:1) 在控制了教养方式之后,母亲情绪教导能显著正向预测青少年同伴社交技能,表明母亲情绪社会化行为对青少年同伴社交技能有独特贡献。父亲情绪社会化行为对青少年同伴社交技能的预测不显著,说明其在同伴社交技能上不存在独特贡献。2) 父亲温暖支持、自主鼓励调节了父亲情绪谈论、情绪教导与青少年同伴社交技能之间的关系,但母亲教养方式对其情绪社会化行为与青少年同伴社交技能之间的调节作用不明显。

Abstract: The present study which using questionnaire method aimed to examine the unique effect of PERSB (Parental emotion-related socialization behaviors) on adolescents’ peer social skills and the moderate effect of parenting style on PERSB-peer social skills relation. The regression results showed that: 1) Maternal coaching of emotion was positively related to adolescents peer social skills after their parenting style was controlled. However, paternal PERSB didn’t predict peer social skills. This indicated that maternal PERSB have an additional effect on adolescents’ peer social skills relative to the maternal parenting style. 2) The relation of paternal emotion discussion and coaching and adolescents’ peer social skills was moderated by paternal warmth and autonomy. Whereas, there is no moderating effect for mother’s parenting style.

文章引用: 唐 鑫 , 梁宗保 , 邓慧华 , 叶 明 , 陆祖宏 (2012) 父母情绪社会化行为与青少年同伴社交技能的关系:教养方式的调节作用。 心理学进展, 2, 141-148. doi: 10.12677/AP.2012.23023

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