Coparenting, Parenting Style, and Child Behavior Problems in a Diverse, Low-Income, Community Sample Open Access
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The association between coparenting quality and children's externalizing and internalizing behavior problems was investigated in a sample of low-income, racially diverse mothers. The potential mediating effect of parenting style was also examined.
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