14 SES 10, Interactive Poster Session
Interactive Poster Session
The parental educational styles stem from the interaction of different attitudes and the behavior of parents when educating their children. These styles directly influence their behavior, and physical, social, cognitive and emotional development. However, the literature has shown that it is not only the relevant educational style developed by the parents which is of importance, but how children perceive it. The aim of this paper is to study whether the perception of parental educational styles differ depending on the gender of the children.
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