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In this study, we conducted a survey on Japanese adults about the way they were raised in their childhood and analyzed the influence of parenting method on children's futures. Using the major factor method, we conducted principal factor analysis of the responses from a 20-question survey of Japanese adults to assess the parent-child relationship during childhood. Four factors (-interest‖, -trust‖, -norm‖, and -independence‖) are derived. We added -time spent together‖ with parent(s) anddoi:10.17265/2160-6579/2017.01.004 fatcat:jpr5dgrutjdmxmfxswehvdnypy