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Kids these days: Why the youth of today seem lacking
Sci Adv, Oct 16, 2019; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aav5916

Participants were assigned to answer the “Kids These Days: Respect” scale and the authoritarianism scale in random order. The Kids These Days: Respect scale reads: “We would like to know your thoughts about how children of today respect their elders. Compared to when you were a child: Do you think children these days respect their elders more than they used to, less than they used to, or the same amount as they used to when you were a child?” Then, participants were asked their age. Using robust maximum likelihood estimation, we predicted a relationship between authoritarianism and belief that kids these days no longer respect their elders.

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