COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY, MATERNAL CHILD REARING, AND ACQUIESCENCE
A study of 48 undergraduates indicated that subjects low in cognitive complexity tend to be acquiescent and to have mothers whose childrearing attitudes indicated their rejection of the mothering role. Measures of the students' perceptions of their mothers' child-rearing practices did not increase the variance accounted for in cognitive complexity.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1976-01-01
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