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A cross-lagged model of the link between parental psychological control and adolescent aggression.

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Summary of "A cross-lagged model of the link between parental psychological control and adolescent aggression."

The present study investigated the longitudinal relationship between parental psychological control and adolescent aggression in Chinese adolescents. We also explored whether adolescent gender plays a moderating role in this relationship.

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Name: Journal of adolescence
ISSN: 1095-9254
Pages: 103-112

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