“Chasing childhood” is a documentary that explores how modern parenting in the US may have changed across time: as parents seek to keep their children safe and to prepare them for an increasingly competitive society, it seems that parents may unwillingly jeopardize their children’s future. The international film festival Docville played the documentary, which was followed by a live discussion with Stijn Van Petegem, Loes Meeussen, Helena Sienaert, and Marleen Finoulst.
- 26.09.22Le Vif: “Overprotected children: those parents who do too much”
- 25.07.22De Morgen Interview : “Should we go back to authoritarian parenting?”
- 16.03.22Weekend issue in La Libre : “How to not be a perfect parent”
- 16.06.21“Chasing Childhood” at Docville, Leuven
- 04.12.20Interview with Daily Science : “La surprotection parentale, est-elle le produit des sociétés inégalitaires ?”
- 19.07.20Article in Le Matin Dimanche : “Surprotéger son enfant lui nuit.”
- 16.08.22Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology: To endure or to resist? Coping with overprotection
- 02.06.22European Journal of Developmental Psychology : Short scale for measuring parental overprotection
- 23.02.22Swiss Psychology Open: Little children, little problems; big children, big problems?
- 01.12.21Two new publications: Psychologie Française, Cahiers en Psychologie Clinique
- 09.09.21Family Process: Putting parental overprotection into a family systems context