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In the current study, we used a multi-method approach to understand the quality of math homework-helping interactions between parents and their children and how parents’ and children’s own math achievement and math anxiety relate to the quality of the interaction. Forty Canadian parents and their children (ages 10–12 years; grades 5 to 7) completed...
Previous research has shown that math homework help of higher-math-anxious parents impedes children’s math learning and facilitates the development of math anxiety. In the present study, we explored a possible explanation for this phenomenon by examining the relations between parents’ math anxiety, their math homework-helping styles (i.e., autonomy...
In two separate studies, we examined the relation between parents’ math anxiety and their perceptions of their math homework-helping interactions with their children. Specifically, we surveyed parents of children in Grades 1–6 across North America on the time they spend helping their child with their math homework and the level of confidence, confl...