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The adjustment that freshmen make to college is important, and is related to student retention. The present study explored the relationships among freshmen students' personality traits, their perceptions of the parenting styles employed by their mothers and fathers, their positive and negative adjustment, and their adaptation to college. Freshmen participants (74 men, 116 women) were from a Midwestern, religiously affiliated university. Results revealed that the relationships between parentingdoi:10.4236/psych.2011.24044 fatcat:xpovzjv2lfefxeqyleyhxldkt4