Het effect van differentieel opvoedgedrag op probleemgedrag bij vroeg adolescenten
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Abstract - The aims of the present study were: (a) to examine relationships between differential treatment and problem behaviour, (b) to study differences between mothers and fathers concerning differential treatment and problem behaviour, and (c) to study gender differences of the participants concerning these concepts. Participants were 256 adolescents in second grade of high school. Results showed a difference in effect of differential treatment on externalizing versus internalizing problem behaviour. Also a difference in effect of mothers compared to fathers differential treatment on problem behaviour was found. Surprisingly, a stronger effect was found of differential treatment on boys problem behaviour compared to girls problem behaviour.