Pedagogische onzekerheid en overbescherming bij ouders van kinderen met hemofilie: Verklarende factoren en gevolgen

Banis, S., van Peer, D. R. & Suurmeijer, T. P. B. M., 1999, In : Pedagogische Studiën. 76, 3, p. 157-169 13 p.

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Studied (1) the relative effect of clinical characteristics of the child and parental emotional reactions on child-rearing practices used with children with hemophilia and (2) possible relationships between overprotective parental behavior and children's social participation features. 108 mothers of 0–12 yr old boys with hemophilia in the Netherlands were interviewed. 93.5% of Ss were in 2-parent families, and 73.1% of Ss had 2 or more children. Pearson correlation analysis, Spearman correlation analysis, and hierarchical multiple regression analysis were performed. Ss' emotional reactions seemed to have a stronger effect on child-rearing uncertainty and overprotective behavior than did their son's clinical features. The number of behavioral restrictions imposed on the son was associated positively with negative treatment by peers.
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)157-169
Number of pages13
JournalPedagogische Studiën
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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