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The role of ethnicity and socioeconomic status in Southeast Asian mothers’ parenting sensitivity

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Past research indicates that socioeconomic status (SES) accounts for differences in sensitivity across ethnic groups. However, comparatively little work has been conducted in Asia, with none examining whether ethnicity moderates the relation between SES and sensitivity. We assessed parenting behavior in 293 Singaporean citizen mothers of 6-month olds (153 Chinese, 108 Malay, 32 Indian) via the Maternal Behavioral Q-Sort for video interactions. When entered into the same model, SES (F(1,288) = 17.777, p

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Heng, J., Quan, J., Sim, L. W., Sanmugam, S., Broekman, B., Bureau, J. F., … Rifkin-Graboi, A. (2018). The role of ethnicity and socioeconomic status in Southeast Asian mothers’ parenting sensitivity. Attachment and Human Development, 20(1), 24–42. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616734.2017.1365912

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