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[2019, 13-1] A Longitudinal Study on the Effects of Mother’s Daily Stress and Job Satisfaction on Children's Executive Function Difficulties: The Effects of Self-esteem and Happiness Mediation Using A
- chief of researchJe hui-seon
- researchersChe hye-kyoung
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- ISBNISSN 1976-6793
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of mother's happiness and self-esteem on children's executive function through mutual influence over time by autoregressive cross-lagged model using the 7th, 8th and 9th year data of the children's panel. As a result, mother's daily stress and job satisfaction affected happiness and self–esteem. Also the influence of mother's happiness and self-esteem persisted over time. Self-esteem and happiness also affected each other. In addition, mother's self-esteem and happiness affected children's executive functioning longitudinally. Mother's social emotional variables were found to be important factors in promoting child's executive function, and multifaceted social support is needed to further enhance mother’s emotional variables.
Key words: happiness, self esteem, executive function, daily stress, job satisfaction