"Helicopter" parenting tied to depression in college students

02/13/2013 | Reuters

College students with over-controlling parents were more likely to have depressive symptoms and lower levels of life satisfaction than their peers, according to a study in Springer's Journal of Child and Family Studies. So-called helicopter parenting may undermine students' need to feel autonomous and competent, lead author Holly Schiffrin said.

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