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  1. How Parents Promote Children’s Well-Being Eva M. Pomerantz

  2. Think to the Future • What Attributes Would You Like to Foster in Your Child? • How Would You Do It?

  3. Parents as Shapers Parenting Child Well Being

  4. Major Dimensions of Parenting • Structure • Autonomy Support • Affect

  5. Structure • Setting Limits • Monitoring • Guidance • Scaffolding

  6. Structure Predicts. . . • Decreased • Aggression • Delinquency • Increased • Positive Peer Relations • Achievement

  7. Autonomy Support • Autonomy-Supportive • Allow Exploration of Environment • Permit Initiation of Own Behavior • Independent Problem Solving • Encourage Generation of Own Strategies • Controlling • Pressure to Meet Outcome • Regulate Behavior • Commands • Directives • Orders • Love Withdrawal

  8. Autonomy Support Predicts. . . • Decreased • Extrinsic Motivation • Helplessness • Depression • Aggression • Increased • Intrinsic Motivation • Mastery • Achievement • Positive Peer Relations

  9. Affect • Positive • Warm and Loving • Supportive • Encouraging • Enjoy Interactions • Negative • Hostile • Criticizes • Annoyed and Frustrated

  10. Positive Affect Predicts. . . • Decreased • Extrinsic Motivation • Helplessness • Depression • Aggression • Increased • Intrinsic Motivation • Mastery • Positive Emotional Functioning • Achievement

  11. What Should a Parent Do? • Authoritative Parenting • Provide Structure • Support Autonomy • Maintain Positive Affect • Benjamin and Garrison

  12. Children as Shapers Child Well-Being Parenting

  13. Parenting Child Well Being Child Attributes It Takes a Parent and a Child

  14. Mothers’ Affect Depends on Children’s Helplessness • Guiding Hypothesis • Mothers’ Affect • Positive Affect on Days Assisted with Homework • Children’s Helplessness • Mother, Teacher, and Child Reports • Children’s Well-Being • Children Complete Questionnaires

  15. Mothers’ Affect Depends on Children’s Helplessness

  16. Summary • Be an Authoritative Parent • Provide Structure • Support Autonomy • Maintain Positive Affect • It’s Not Just the Parent • The Effects of Parenting Depend on What Children Bring • Parental Sensitivity to Children’s Attributes