Behavioral Control

Behavioral Control could be regarded as parents supervising and managing their child’s activities, providing clear expectations for behavior, and using disciplinary approaches in a non-intrusive manner. Parents scoring high on behavioral control provide adequate levels of control, are not too strict or over-controlling, but rather allow their child to have enough space to develop independence and autonomy.

Monitoring:supervising their child’s activities
Maturity demands:providing clear expectations for behavior
Non-intrusive discipline:the use of disciplinary approaches when children misbehave that are mainly based on explaining a child’s misbehaviors, taking away privileges and correcting the child in a non-intrusive manner.