Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting

Keller H, Lohaus A, Völker S, Elben C, Ball J (2003)
The Journal of Genetic Psychology 164(3): 275-292.

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Keller, Heidi; Lohaus, ArnoldUniBi; Völker, Susanne; Elben, Cornelia; Ball, Juliane
Abstract / Bemerkung
In this study, the authors addressed the question of whether maternal parenting behaviors in terms of sensitivity, warmth, and contingency with respect to small infants were equally represented in attitudes toward parenting. Sixty mothers from central Germany with middle-class socioeconomic backgrounds were videotaped with their 1st born 3-month-old infant in a free-play and a caregiving episode in their home. The different maternal parenting components were behaviorally analyzed. Maternal attitudes toward parenting were assessed with self-report measures. The results showed that behavioral sensitivity was significantly associated with attitudes related to contingency, whereas behavioral warmth and contingency were not associated with maternal attitudes. The authors interpreted differential associations as a reflection of intuitive and explicit parenting strategies, with only sensitivity being explicitly represented.
Erscheinungsjahr
2003
Zeitschriftentitel
The Journal of Genetic Psychology
Band
164
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
275-292
ISSN
0022-1325, 1940-0896
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2919889

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Keller H, Lohaus A, Völker S, Elben C, Ball J. Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 2003;164(3):275-292.
Keller, H., Lohaus, A., Völker, S., Elben, C., & Ball, J. (2003). Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 164(3), 275-292. doi:10.1080/00221320309597984
Keller, H., Lohaus, A., Völker, S., Elben, C., and Ball, J. (2003). Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting. The Journal of Genetic Psychology 164, 275-292.
Keller, H., et al., 2003. Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 164(3), p 275-292.
H. Keller, et al., “Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting”, The Journal of Genetic Psychology, vol. 164, 2003, pp. 275-292.
Keller, H., Lohaus, A., Völker, S., Elben, C., Ball, J.: Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 164, 275-292 (2003).
Keller, Heidi, Lohaus, Arnold, Völker, Susanne, Elben, Cornelia, and Ball, Juliane. “Warmth and Contingency and Their Relationship to Maternal Attitudes Toward Parenting”. The Journal of Genetic Psychology 164.3 (2003): 275-292.

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