Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation

Lamm B, Keller H, Teiser J, Gudi H, Yovsi RD, Freitag C, Poloczek S, Fassbender I, Suhrke J, Teubert M, Voehringer I, et al. (2018)
Child Development 89(3): E261-E277.

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The development of self-regulation has been studied primarily in Western middle-class contexts and has, therefore, neglected what is known about culturally varying self-concepts and socialization strategies. The research reported here compared the self-regulatory competencies of German middle-class (N=125) and rural Cameroonian Nso preschoolers (N=76) using the Marshmallow test (Mischel, 2014). Study 1 revealed that 4-year-old Nso children showed better delay-of-gratification performance than their German peers. Study 2 revealed that culture-specific maternal socialization goals and interaction behaviors were related to delay-of-gratification performance. Nso mothers' focus on hierarchical relational socialization goals and responsive control seems to support children's delay-of-gratification performance more than German middle-class mothers' emphasis on psychological autonomous socialization goals and sensitive, child-centered parenting.
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Lamm B, Keller H, Teiser J, et al. Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation. Child Development. 2018;89(3):E261-E277.
Lamm, B., Keller, H., Teiser, J., Gudi, H., Yovsi, R. D., Freitag, C., Poloczek, S., et al. (2018). Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation. Child Development, 89(3), E261-E277. doi:10.1111/cdev.12847
Lamm, B., Keller, H., Teiser, J., Gudi, H., Yovsi, R. D., Freitag, C., Poloczek, S., Fassbender, I., Suhrke, J., Teubert, M., et al. (2018). Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation. Child Development 89, E261-E277.
Lamm, B., et al., 2018. Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation. Child Development, 89(3), p E261-E277.
B. Lamm, et al., “Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation”, Child Development, vol. 89, 2018, pp. E261-E277.
Lamm, B., Keller, H., Teiser, J., Gudi, H., Yovsi, R.D., Freitag, C., Poloczek, S., Fassbender, I., Suhrke, J., Teubert, M., Voehringer, I., Knopf, M., Schwarzer, G., Lohaus, A.: Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation. Child Development. 89, E261-E277 (2018).
Lamm, Bettina, Keller, Heidi, Teiser, Johanna, Gudi, Helene, Yovsi, Relindis D., Freitag, Claudia, Poloczek, Sonja, Fassbender, Ina, Suhrke, Janina, Teubert, Manuel, Voehringer, Isabel, Knopf, Monika, Schwarzer, Gudrun, and Lohaus, Arnold. “Waiting for the Second Treat: Developing Culture-Specific Modes of Self-Regulation”. Child Development 89.3 (2018): E261-E277.

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