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Rapid Communication
RC-08-121

Conscience and aggression behavior of college students: moderating effect of parenting style

[Speaker] Yang, Zhongping:1
[Co-author] He, Mingyuan:1, Zeng, Lianping:1,2
1:Guizhou Normal University (China (People's Republic of China)), 2:Guizhou General Colleges Key Laboratory of Fundamental Psychology and Cognitive Neruroscience (China (People's Republic of China))

Abstract: This study explored the relationship between conscience and aggressive behavior of college students, and the moderating effects of parental rearing on conscience and aggressive behavior. The Adolescents' Conscience Questionnaire revised by Zeng, Buss-Perry aggression questionnaire compiled by Buss and Perry and the simplified parenting style questionnaire revised by Jiang, were used to measure the 666 college students from mainland China. The results showed that: Gender has a significant on college students' conscience, aggressive behavior and parenting style, positively related to college students' conscience and aggressive behavior, parenting style presented a moderation effect on the conscience and aggressive behavior. Therefore, Conscience and parents to use reasonable parenting style can restrain the occurrence of college students' aggression behavior, can make the universities pay more attention to the students' moral education.
Keywords: conscience, aggressive behavior, parenting style
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