The Relationship between College Students' Childhood Abuse and Parental Rearing Patterns

良凯 周
2015 Advances in Psychology  
The paper was aimed to explore the influencing factors of childhood abuse and the relationship between childhood abuse and parenting rearing patterns, and to provide the basis for reducing the effects of inappropriate parenting and child abuse. 545 college students from grade 1 to 2 were assessed with CTQ-SF and EMBU. The results showed that the scores of physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional neglect and physical neglect of schoolboys were higher than schoolgirls (t = 3.02, 2.70, 5.11, 4.33,
more » ... ll p < 0.01); all kinds of childhood abuse were severer in the one-child family; and the high level of education of parents was the protective factor for child abuse. Parental punishment, excessive interference and refusing denial were positively associated with child abuse (r = 0.146 -0.506, p < 0.05); and parental emotional warmth and understanding were negatively correlated with emotional abuse, physical abuse, physical neglect and emotional neglect ( r = −0.623 -−0.104, p < 0.05). Many factors cause maltreatment in childhood. Rearing patterns are important factors influencing maltreatment in childhood. Keywords Childhood Abuse, Parental Rearing Patterns 大学生儿童期虐待与父母教养方式的关系 周良凯,陶新华,傅鹃花 苏州大学教育学院心理系,江苏 苏州
doi:10.12677/ap.2015.54037 fatcat:mu2csledgvhajhjl37rnmqaoua