Temporal Dynamics Linking Aspects of Parent Monitoring with Early Adolescent Antisocial Behavior
Référence bibliographique 
Kiesner, Jeff, Dishion, Thomas J., Poulin, François et Pastore, Massimiliano. 2009. «Temporal Dynamics Linking Aspects of Parent Monitoring with Early Adolescent Antisocial Behavior ». Social Development, vol. 18, no 4, p. 765-784.
Intentions : « In the present study, a longitudinal design is used to test for concurrent and cross-lagged effects between the constructs of parental control, solicitation, and youth disclosure and antisocial behavior. » (p. 766)
Type de traitement des données : Analyse statistique
« This longitudinal study examined the covariation between parents’ use of control and solicitation, youth willingness to self-disclose to parents, and youth antisocial behavior from ages 13 to 14. Structural equation analyses were conducted on a combined sample of Italian (N = 152) and French Canadian (N = 151) adolescents. Analyses tested for longitudinal cross-lagged effects while controlling for stability and all concurrent associations. Although bivariate correlations showed consistent associations among these constructs, both concurrently and over one year, SEM results revealed virtually no cross-lagged effects, after controlling for concurrent associations and stability. These findings suggest that the actual causal effects of parenting and youth behavior may best be conceptualized as occurring in the moment, rather than over extended periods of time. Results also showed that parental control and solicitation demonstrated very different associations with youth antisocial behavior, and should therefore be considered separately for research and prevention. » (p. 765)