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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1999;20(2): 269-277.
후기 청소년의 개체화와 자아정체감과의 관계
Individuation and Ego Identity in Late Adolescence
Jee Sook Baik
Individuation and ego identity formation was studied in 297 university students in North Cholla Province. They completed the Korean Late Adolescent Individuation Questionnaire, and the revised version of the Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status. One-way ANOVA revealed differences in identity status as a function of individuation categories except in moratorium status. Individuated(??) students yielded the highest identity achievement scores and the lowest diffusion scores. Ambiguous students yielded the highest diffusion scores. Less individuated(??) students had the highest foreclosure scores while pseudo-autonomous students had the lowest foreclosure scores.
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