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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2011;32(4): 15-36.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2011.32.4.15
부모의 심리적 통제와 고등학생의 역기능적 완벽주의 및 자의식 정서가 우울에 미치는 영향
김혜인 , 도현심 , 지연경
The Effects of Parental Psychological Control, Dysfunctional Perfectionism, and Self-Conscious Emotions on Depression in Adolescents
Hye In Kim , Hyun Sim Doh , Yeon Kyung Chee
This study examined the effects of parental psychological control, dysfunctional perfectionism, and self-conscious emotions on depression in adolescents. The sample consisted of 471 adolescents (212 boys, 259 girls) attending high schools in Seoul. The results from Structural Equation Modeling indicated that dysfunctional perfectionism and self-conscious emotions mediated the impact of parental psychological control on depression only in the mother-daughter relationship, such that with mothers`greater psychological control, girls experienced higher levels of dysfunctional perfectionism and self-conscious emotions, and reported higher depression scores. Similarly, dysfunctional perfectionism functioned as a mediator in the association between parental psychological control and adolescent depression. This tends to support findings from previous studies emphasizing the importance of same sex parent-adolescent relationships. Dysfunctional perfectionism also had the largest direct effect of all variables analyzed on depression. Parental psychological control did not show statistically significant effects on self-conscious emotions for either boys or girls. These findings suggest that interventions designed to promote adolescents` mental well-being should focus on parenting of the same sex parent as well as adolescent cognitive characteristics.
Key Words: parental psychological control, dysfunctional perfectionism, self-conscious emotions, depression, adolescent
주요어: 부모의 심리적 통제, 역기능적 완벽주의, 자의식 정서, 우울, 청소년
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