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, Maccoby and Martin (1983) mentioned that parenting styles arise from the crossing of two different dimensions, that is, parental demandingness/control and parental responsiveness ( Maccoby and Martin 1983 ; Tagliabue et al. 2014 ). Categorizing parents according to whether they are high or low on parental demandingness and responsiveness creates a typology of four parenting styles, namely, authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and uninvolved ( Maccoby and Martin 1983 ). The increasing investigation of parenting styles and their links with developmental outcomes in