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01-11-2019 | Original Paper Open Access

Parenting Strategies Used by Parents of Children with ASD: Differential Links with Child Problem Behaviour

Tijdschrift:
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Auteurs:
Elizabeth O’Nions, Eva Ceulemans, Francesca Happé, Paul Benson, Kris Evers, Ilse Noens
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Abstract

Here, we explored the structure of the ‘Parenting Strategies Questionnaire’, a new scale designed to measure parenting strategies for problem behaviour in ASD. We then examined links between child behaviour and parenting in a sample of 222 predominantly-UK parents of ASD children exhibiting behaviour found difficult or challenging. Analysis revealed three parenting subscales: Accommodation, Reinforcement Approaches and Reducing Uncertainty. Both Accommodation and Reducing Uncertainty were linked to child problem behaviour. Child factors explained up to 29% of the variance in Accommodation, with Socially Inflexible Non-compliance the strongest predictor, and up to 24% of the variance in Reducing Uncertainty, with Intolerance of Uncertainty the strongest predictor. Child factors were not related to Reinforcement Approaches. Longitudinal studies investigating these relationships are needed.

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