Here are the trusted sources we use in our research and writing:

  1. [] What is good parenting? The perspectives of different professionals
  2. [] Shared parenting: A new paradigm for the treatment of child abuse
  3. [] Personality and parenting style in parents of adolescents
  4. [] Intervention strategies for parent coordinators in parental alienation cases
  5. [] Training, skills, and practices of parenting coordinators: Florida statewide study
  6. [] “We don’t really know what else we can do”: Parent experiences when adolescent distress persists after the Maudsley and family-based therapies for anorexia …
  7. [] Parental management of adolescent peer relationships in context: the role of parenting style.
  8. [] Why is “bad” parenting criminogenic? Implications from rival theories
  9. [] The essential conversation: What parents and teachers can learn from each other
  10. [] ‘Everybody just freezes. Everybody is just embarrassed’: Felt and enacted stigma among parents of children with high functioning autism
  11. [] Reciprocal associations between parenting challenges and parents’ personality development in young and middle adulthood
  12. [] Avoidance of intimacy: An attachment perspective
  13. [] How do relationships support parenting? Effects of attachment style and social support on parenting behavior in an at-risk population
  14. [] Marriage, parenting, and child development: Progress and prospects.
  15. [] Emotionally intelligent parenting: How to raise a self-disciplined, responsible, socially skilled child
  16. [] Parenting style as context: An integrative model.
  17. [] Finding your parenting style
  18. [] Parenting style as context: An integrative model.
  19. [] Impact of parenting styles on child development
  20. [] Parenting styles in Arab societies: A first cross-regional research study
  21. [] The association between overparenting, parent‐child communication, and entitlement and adaptive traits in adult children
  22. [] Is parenting style related to children’s healthy eating and physical activity in Latino families?
  23. [] Parenting Style and Its Correlates. ERIC Digest.
  24. [] Are we in this together? Post‐separation co‐parenting of fathers with and without a history of domestic violence
  25. [] Parenting styles and parents’ perspectives on how their own emotions affect the functioning of children with autism spectrum disorders
  26. [] Parenting style in relation to children’s mental health and self-esteem: A review of literature.
  27. [] Prevention of Violence Against Children in School through Islamic Parenting Styles
  28. [] Child’s difficult temperament and mothers’ parenting styles
  29. [] Looking at teacher practices through the lens of parenting style
  30. [] Parent styles associated with children’s self-regulation and competence in school.
  31. [] How parents of young children manage digital devices at home: The role of income, education and parental style
  32. [] Overprotective parenting: Helping parents provide children the right amount of risk and responsibility
  33. [] How parenting styles affect children’s creativity: Through the lens of self
  34. [] Authoritarian vs. authoritative parental control
  35. [] Understanding the influence of traditional cultural values on Indonesian parenting
  36. [] Parenting styles and children’s social skills as perceived by Jordanian mothers of preschool children
  37. [] Harsh, firm, and permissive parenting in low-income families: Relations to children’s academic achievement and behavioral adjustment
  38. [] Feeling like part of a team: Perceived parenting agreement among first-time parents
  39. [] Parenting style as context: An integrative model.
  40. [] A general overview on parenting styles and its effective factors
  41. [] Parenting style as context: An integrative model.
  42. [] Authoritative and authoritarian mothers’ parenting goals, attributions, and emotions across different childrearing contexts
  43. [] Parenting styles: The impact on student achievement
  44. [] Parenthood in transition–Somali-born parents’ experiences of and needs for parenting support programmes
  45. [] Parenting Style and Its Correlates. ERIC Digest.
  47. [] Refocusing on the parent: What are the social issues of concern for parents of disabled children?
  48. [] Parents’ perfectionism and its relation to child rearing behaviors
  49. [] To lie or not to lie? The influence of parenting and theory-of-mind understanding on three-year-old children’s honesty
  50. [] Parenting style and child outcomes in Chinese and immigrant Chinese families-current findings and cross-cultural considerations in conceptualization and research
  51. [] Advertising unhealthy food to children: on the importance of regulations, parenting styles, and media literacy
  52. [] Homework in the home: How student, family, and parenting-style differences relate to the homework process
  53. [] Creating ‘stability’for children in step‐families: time and substance in parenting
  54. [] The socio-materiality of parental style: negotiating the multiple affordances of parenting and child welfare within the new child surveillance technology market
  55. [] Youth sport parenting styles and practices
  56. [] Psychosocial consequences of parenting
  57. [] Ethnic and cultural diversity in fathers’ involvement: A racial/ethnic comparison of African American, Hispanic, and White fathers
  58. [] Parenting styles, individuation, and mental health of Arab adolescents: A third cross-regional research study
  59. [] Extending research on the consequences of parenting style for Chinese Americans and European Americans
  60. [] Promoting positive parenting: An attachment-based intervention