Parenting Self-Efficacy in First-Time Moms: Correlates and Determinants

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Parenting self-efficacy (PSE) is a mother’s belief in her ability to raise a child. High PSE has been shown to be associated with several emotional benefits for the mother and child, including fewer depression symptoms, better adjustment to the parenting role, and less use of coercive discipline. Because of these beneficial outcomes, it is crucial to investigate factors associated with high PSE. T...

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