NPA personality theory
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Posted by Donna Hobgood on August 29, 2017, 7:51 pm, in reply to "Re: Imprinting "
But I think it's a good point. One could learn in very early years (say before age 5 ) certain modes of behavior as normal in parents. Yet after school starts one seems to find in research that peers are everything.
Another point could be considered though. If one has passive aggressive parents, their may be less submissiveness behavior in, say kids with A trait. That is the conventional wisdom is that inconsistence in parental behavior is likely to show up in children as rebelliousness or lack of respect for the parents. Just some thoughts. "Research" in parenting behavior seems very unscientific.
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