Parenting and Emotional Competence among Adolescents
Keywords:Parenting, Emotional Intelligence and Adolescents
AbstractThis study investigated the relation of perceived parenting (including Adequate Depth of Feeling (ADF), Adequate Depth of Feeling (ADF), Adequate Expression and Control of Emotions (AECE), Ability to Function with Emotions (AFE), Ability to Cope with Problems Emotions (ACPE), Enhancement of Positive Emotions (EPE) with emotional intelligence. 150 adolescents (75 boys, 75 girls) completed the Parenting scale developed and standardized by Bharadwaj et al. (1998) (Anon n.d.), and Emotional Competence Scale developed by H.C. Sharma and R.L. Bhardwaj (1998).The results indicated that there is positive correlation among the study variables parenting and Emotional Competence on adolescents and also a significant difference among adolescent’s perception in parenting on gender while there is no significant difference in emotional competence on the gender basis. The finding could be implemented to create awareness among parents about their discriminating behaviour towards the adolescents concerning gender.
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Anil Jose P S, Frasnel Das, & Reshma Selastin. (2022). Parenting and Emotional Competence among Adolescents. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.25215/1001.048
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