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Mothers' parenting practices and adolescents' learning from their mistakes in class: The mediating role of adolescent's self-disclosure
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Learning and Instruction Volume 19, Number 6, ISSN 0959-4752 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Abstract

This study examined 126 students' (14–16 years of age; 66 females) perceptions of self-disclosure to their mothers with respect to their mistakes in class activities. Specifically, we hypothesized that self-disclosure would predict adolescents' ability to learn from mistakes they made in classroom tasks. In addition, we hypothesized that perceived mothers' love withdrawal would correlate negatively with adolescents' self-disclosure, whereas perceived autonomy support would correlate positively with self-disclosure. Further, we hypothesized that the effect of mothers' parenting practices on adolescents' ability to learn from their mistakes would be mediated by adolescents' self-disclosure of their school experiences. Results, using SEM analyses, showed the importance of mothers' autonomy support for adolescents' self-disclosure and learning from their mistakes in classroom tasks.

Citation

Roth, G., Ron, T. & Benita, M. (2009). Mothers' parenting practices and adolescents' learning from their mistakes in class: The mediating role of adolescent's self-disclosure. Learning and Instruction, 19(6), 506-512. Elsevier Ltd. Retrieved May 6, 2021 from .

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