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The Relationship between Authoritative Parenting Style, Emotion-Regulation, and Young Adult Children's Prosocial Behaviour

Juyoung Kang and Haoyi Guo

Parenting styles can be classified into three categories, which are authoritarian, permissive, and authoritative parenting styles [1]. Authoritarian parents are those who are strict and autocratic to their children. They require their children to obey their command without complaint or rebellion. Permissive parents refer to those who are relatively laissez-faire. While authoritative parents are strict but also warm, and are willing to explain the discipline and rules to the children.