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ERIC Number: EJ153281
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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Cognitive Complexity, Maternal Child Rearing, and Acquiescence
Goldstein, Kenneth M.; Blackman, Sheldon
Social Behavior and Personality, 4, 1, 97-102, 76
A study of 48 undergraduates indicated subjects low in cognitive complexity tend to be acquiescent and to have mothers whose child-rearing 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. (Author)
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