The main purposes of this study were to: examine possible existing relationships between couple values and coparenting quality reported by both partners of cohabitants heterosexual couples; investigate whether couple values explain coparenting quality reported by both partners of cohabitants heterosexual couples. 94 Italian heterosexual couples with at least one child under the age of 13 years were enrolled. Both mothers (Mage = 41.25, SD = 6.82) and fathers (Mage = 44.21, SD = 6.97) were asked to fill in two self-report questionnaires: The Portrait Values Questionnaire [PVQ] for couple values and The Coparenting Relationship Scale for the coparenting quality. The main findings of regression model analysis conducted showed that Self-Transcendence resulted the most important predictor (β = .412, t = 4.253, p = .000) for coparenting quality perceived by fathers. In contrast, Conservation resulted the most important predictor (β = .239, t = 2.086, p = .040) for coparenting quality perceived by mothers. From the results obtained, the authors found an important preference for parents of respecting one's cultural traditions, respecting the rules, being tolerant, and ensuring the well-being of others by mitigating impulsive behaviors that could harm others physically and emotionally. The presence of these values could allow both partners to implement supportive and collaborative behaviors, agree on education-related issues for their children, and feel close and allied in upbringing their children.

(2022). Values and coparenting: A cross-sectional study with Italian families [journal article - articolo]. In ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCHES AND STUDIES. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/221772

Values and coparenting: A cross-sectional study with Italian families

Barni, Daniela;
2022

Abstract

The main purposes of this study were to: examine possible existing relationships between couple values and coparenting quality reported by both partners of cohabitants heterosexual couples; investigate whether couple values explain coparenting quality reported by both partners of cohabitants heterosexual couples. 94 Italian heterosexual couples with at least one child under the age of 13 years were enrolled. Both mothers (Mage = 41.25, SD = 6.82) and fathers (Mage = 44.21, SD = 6.97) were asked to fill in two self-report questionnaires: The Portrait Values Questionnaire [PVQ] for couple values and The Coparenting Relationship Scale for the coparenting quality. The main findings of regression model analysis conducted showed that Self-Transcendence resulted the most important predictor (β = .412, t = 4.253, p = .000) for coparenting quality perceived by fathers. In contrast, Conservation resulted the most important predictor (β = .239, t = 2.086, p = .040) for coparenting quality perceived by mothers. From the results obtained, the authors found an important preference for parents of respecting one's cultural traditions, respecting the rules, being tolerant, and ensuring the well-being of others by mitigating impulsive behaviors that could harm others physically and emotionally. The presence of these values could allow both partners to implement supportive and collaborative behaviors, agree on education-related issues for their children, and feel close and allied in upbringing their children.
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Pisauro, Marianna; Barni, Daniela; Travaglini, Emanuele; De Stasio, Simona; Ragni, Benedetta
(2022). Values and coparenting: A cross-sectional study with Italian families [journal article - articolo]. In ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCHES AND STUDIES. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/221772
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