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Associations between older maternal age, use of sanctions, and children's socio-emotional development through 7, 11, and 15 years
European Journal of Developmental Psychology
In developed countries more women are giving birth later in life and this trend has been linked with perinatal medical risks as well as with improved psychosocial adaptation. This study examined whether older maternal age was associated with less use of sanctions and with positive child outcome at age 7, 11, and 15. A random population sample of 4741 mothers from the Danish Longitudinal Survey of Children was used. Data were obtained through face-to-face interviews and self-reportdoi:10.1080/17405629.2016.1266248 fatcat:npr7cw2rebd5tjwbzmpexz5tla