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Perceived parental control based on indigenous Chinese parental control concepts in adolescents in Hong Kong. American Journal of Family Therapy, 35(2), 123–137. Shek, D. T. L. (2008). Perceived parental psychological control in Chinese adolescents: A threeyear longitudinal study in Hong Kong. The Open Family Studies Journal, 1, 7–16. L. S. Ma Shek, D. T. , & Ma, C. M. S. (2010a). Dimensionality of the Chinese positive youth development scale: Confirmatory factor analyses. Social Indicators Research, 98(1), 41–59.
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