PERCEIVED PARENTAL CONDITIONAL REGARD AND AUTONOMY SUPPORT PARENTING AS PREDICTORS OF SELF-REGULATORY PROCESS AMONG ADOLESCENTS

Keywords:

Academic engagement, Autonomy Support Parenting, Identification, Internalisation, Parental conditional regard, Pro-social behaviour.

Abstract


Adolescence is a crucial period that radically affects individuals’ functioning in certain domains. Adolescence and significant parental, interpersonal, societal, and academic issue are the centre of ongoing research but still, there is a need to explore the adolescent phase within various contexts and domains. The present study was planned to find out Perceived Parental Conditional Regard (PCR)and Autonomy Support Parenting (ASP) as predictors of Self-Regulatory processes (internalization & identification) among purposively selected 450 adolescents with an age range of 15 -21 years (M = 19.55, SD = 1.69) through a cross-sectional survey research design. Domain-specific Parental Conditional Regard (DSPCR: Assor et al., 2004), Domain-specific Perceptions of Autonomy Support Parenting Scale (Bashir & Malik, 2020), Internal Compulsion Scale (ICS: Deci & Ryan, 1985), Choice Scale (Deci & Ryan, 1985), were used to collect data. Pearson product movement correlation analysis demonstrates PCR has a positive correlation with Internalisation but a negative correlation with identification; ASR has a positive correlation with identification and a negative correlation with internalization. Regression analysis revealed that parental conditional regard predicted internalization in pro-social and academic domains; whereas, autonomy support parenting predicted identification in pro-social, academic and emotion control domains among adolescents.
 

Published

2021-06-28

How to Cite

PERCEIVED PARENTAL CONDITIONAL REGARD AND AUTONOMY SUPPORT PARENTING AS PREDICTORS OF SELF-REGULATORY PROCESS AMONG ADOLESCENTS . (2021). Pakistan Journal of Society, Education and Language (PJSEL), 7(2), 57-70. Retrieved from https://pjsel.jehanf.com/index.php/journal/article/view/446