In this chapter, we discuss contemporary views and research on the influences of parenting on aggression and antisocial behaviors from early childhood to adolescence, with a dimensional approach emphasizing control- and support-related parenting behaviors. First, we define the key concepts of childhood aggression and parenting. We then move to theories linking parenting and children’s aggression, followed by an overview of major empirical findings on this topic. Here, we discuss mechanisms underlying associations between parenting and children’s aggression and their implications for parenting practices. Next, we discuss the current state of parenting interventions for reducing childhood aggression. We conclude with promising future directions for research in this area.