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of course,overparenting is far superior to no parenting at all,since parental neglect is known to be the root cause of a variety of emotional and behavioral problems iin children,even, most disturbingly,psychopathy, or so suggests robert hare in his 1993 book about the subject,without conscience. but helicopter-or over-parenting has its own consequences,not so extreme perhaps, but serious nevertheless. a study of university students by neil montgomety, a psychologist at keence state college in New hampshire,found that students with helicopter parents were more apt to be neurorotic than students with non-helicopter parents. they are less flexible and open to new ideas, as well as shier,more nervous, and more sensitive to criticism. about such students montgomery concludes,we have a person who is dependent,who is vulnerable,who is self-conscious,who is anxious,who is impulsive and undisciplined.not open to new actions or ideads. is that going to make a successfui college student and person? no,not exactly,it is really a sad story at the end of the day. 翻訳サイトでは無理でした お願いします

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    ロバート•ヘアが『良心なしに』(1993)と言う題の、この問題に関する本で述べているように、一番気にかかる精神病室の子どもたちの場合でさえ、色々な情緒的、行動的問題の根源は、親の無関心にある訳だから、子育てのやり過ぎは、子どもを放っておくよりはずっといい事は、言うまでもない。     しかし、へりコプターというか、子育てのやり過ぎは、それ(=放置する)ほど極端ではないにしても、やはりそれなりの悪影響がある。     ニューハンプシャー州キーンズ州立大の心理学者であるニール•モントゴメリーによる大学生を対象とした調査では、ヘリコプター型両親の子弟は、非ヘリコプター型良心の子弟よりもノイローゼになりやすいと報じている。     彼ら(=ヘリコプター型両親の子弟)は、屈折しにくく(=順応力が低く、融通が利かない)、新しい考えを迎え入れず、人見知りをし、神経質で、(他からの)批判に敏感である(という)。     このような学生について、モントゴメリーは、 彼ら(=ヘリコプター型両親の子弟)は、自主性がなく、傷つきやすく、自意識過剰で、心配性で、反射行動的で、躾の出来ていない、新しい活動や理想を歓迎しない人間だと結論づける。     こういう人間が大学生や人間として成功するだろうか?  いや、そうだとは言えない、一日の終わりになってみると非常に悲しい話だ(>結論から言えば本当に残念なことだ)。

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