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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 32(6); 2011 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2011;32(6): 63-79.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2011.32.6.63
애착이 아동의 심리적 안녕감에 미치는 영향: 자아탄력성과 친구지지의 매개 역할
안지영 , 오미경 , 김지신
The Pathways from Attachment to Children`s Psychological Well-being: The Mediating Effects of Children`s Ego-resilience and Peer Support
Jee Young Ahn , Mi Kyoung Oh , Ji Shin Kim
Abstract
The aim of this study is to examine the pathways from attachment to children`s psychological well-being in addition to the mediating role of children`s ego-resilience and peer support. The participants, 297 fifth and sixth grade students from Seoul and other cities, completed questionnaires on attachment, ego-resilience, peer support and psychological well-being. Data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, Pearson`s correlation coefficients, factor analysis, and path analysis. The findings are as follows. Attachment didn`t appear to directly influence children`s psychological well-being, but showed a number of indirect effects in two ways. First, attachment indirectly affected children`s psychological well-being by ego-resilience as a simple form of mediation. Second, attachment influenced children`s psychological well-being through children`s ego-resilience and peer support as a dual mediation. Ego-resilience demonstrated the strongest effect on psychological well-being among all the factors examined. These results highlight the way in which children`s personal internal resources play an important role in the pathways from attachment to their psychological well-being.
Key Words: attachment, psychological well-being, ego-resilience, peer support, mediating effect
주요어: 애착, 심리적 안녕감, 자아탄력성, 친구지지, 매개 역할
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