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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1999;20(3): 33-49.
부모에 대한 애착 및 또래경험과 초기 청소년의 외로움간의 관계
Loneliness in Early Adolescence : Relationships to Peer Experiences and Attachment to Parents
Hyun Sim Doh
Loneliness in adolescence was examined in relation to peer aggression /victimization and to parental attachment with sample of 426 eighth graders in a suburban city. The subjects rated themselves on questionnaires regarding attachment to parents, peer experiences, and loneliness. Peer aggression and victimization was also rated by peers. In both boys and girls, the more they were attached to parents, the less loneliness they experienced. The more aggression and victimization they experienced from peers, the more loneliness they experienced. Lonely adolescent girls had lower attachment to parents and higher self-rated victimization by peers.
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