The Relation of Mothers′ Controlling Vocalizations to Children′s Intrinsic Motivation
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, pp. 151-162, 1993.
Twenty-six mother-child dyads played together in a laboratory setting. Play sessions were surreptitiously videotaped (with mothers′ permission), and each maternal vocalization was transcribed and coded, first into 1 of 24 categories and then ipso facto into one of three supercategories-namely, controlling, autonomy supportive, and neutral...More
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