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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 17(1); 1996 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 1996;17(1): 213-226.
어머니의 아동 양육 방식이 5세 아동의 애착 관계와 사회성 발달에 미치는 영향
The Relationship of Mothers' Childrearing Attitudes to Their 5 - Year - Old children's Attachment and Social Development
Eun Young Cho
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships of mothers` authoritative and authoritarian childrearing attitudes to their 5-year-old children`s attachment representations and to teacher-rated social competence. The sample consisted of 69 mothers and their 5-year-old children from intact families. Children were interviewed to assess the quality of their attachment representations using Slough & Greenberg`s(1990) version of the Separation Anxiety Test(SAT). Mothers were administered the Childrearing Practices Report Q-sort(Block, 1965) and filled out questionnaires regarding their childhood experiences, their marital relationship and their psychological well-being. In addition, teachers rated children`s social competency in school settings using Kohn`s(1972) Social Competence Scale. Hierarchical multiple regression showed that mothers` high scores on affective components of authoritative parenting and low scores on authoritarian attitudes are closely associated with children`s secure attachment as well as teacher-rated social competence.
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