Maternal emotion coaching, adolescent anger regulation, and siblings' externalizing symptoms

  • Shortt J
  • Stoolmiller M
  • Smith-Shine J
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Increases in externalizing behaviors during the transition to adolescence may put children at risk for developing mental disorders and related problems. Although children's ability to regulate their emotions appears to be a key factor influencing risk for maladjustment, emotion processes during adolescence remain understudied. In this longitudinal study, we examined a multi-level mediational model in which emotion coaching by parents was posited to influence the ability of adolescents to regulate their emotions, which in turn influences their expression of problem behaviors.

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  • Adolescence
  • Anger
  • Emotion regulation
  • Externalizing problem behavior
  • Parenting
  • Siblings

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  • Joann Wu Shortt

  • Mike Stoolmiller

  • Jessica N. Smith-Shine

  • J. Mark Eddy

  • Lisa Sheeber

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