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Clin Child Fam Psychol Rev. 1998 Mar;1(1):61-75.

Parental monitoring and the prevention of child and adolescent problem behavior: a conceptual and empirical formulation.

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Oregon Social Learning Center, Department of Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97401, USA. tomd@oslc.org

Abstract

The present report accomplishes three goals. First, to provide an empirical rationale for placing parental monitoring of children's adaptations as a key construct in development and prevention research. Second, to stimulate more research on parental monitoring and provide an integrative framework for various research traditions as well as developmental periods of interest. Third, to discuss current methodological issues that are developmentally and culturally sensitive and based on sound measurement. Possible intervention and prevention strategies that specifically target parental monitoring are discussed.

PMID:
11324078
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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