In this dissertation we examined which aspects of the interparental relationship can be distinguished and whether these aspects and children's problem behavior affect each other over time. In addition, we examined why the interparental relationship and children's problem behavior are associated, whether certain children are more susceptible for aspects of the interparental relationship than others, and if the quality of the interparental relationship explains associations between the individual characteristics of mothers and fathers and their own and their partners' parenting behavior.

interparental relationship, child adjustment, parenting, personality, parental sense of competence, emotional insecurity, longitudinal models
P.J. Prinzie (Peter) , L.R. Arends (Lidia) , A.D. de Haan (Amaranta)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
De oorspronkelijke promotiedatum voor deze dissertatie was 2 april 2020. Wegens Corona is dit uitgesteld naar 30 september.

van Eldik, W.M. (2020, September 30). Happy Parents, Happy Kids? A Longitudinal Study on the Interparental Relationship, Child Development, and Parental Functioning. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from