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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(2): 83-99.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.2.83
부모의 인성지향적 지도와 아동의 정서지능 간의 관계에 대한 자아탄력성의 매개효과
양혜연 , 양성은
The Mediating Effects of Children`s Ego- Resilience on the Relationship between Parents` Person-oriented Guidance and Children`s Emotional -Intelligence
Hye Yeon Yang , Sun Geun Yan
The premise underpinning this research 15 that cognitive evaluation is the starting point of children`s emotional experience. It then went on to investigate how parents` person-oriented guidance affects children`s emotional intelligence. Additionally, children`s ego- resilience was analyzed as a variable that, affects children`s emotional intelligence and as a mediator between Parents` person- oriented guidance and children`s emotional intelligence. A purposive sampling was conducted in 4 elementary schools in metropolitan areas and made use of 466 students in 4th and 5th grade as research subjects. The results are summarized as follows: firstly, the more frequently parents used person- oriented guidance, the more children exhibited higher levels of ego-resilience and emotional intelligence. Secondly, vitality, peer relational optimism, curiosity emotional regulation, maternal person-oriented guidance were found to affect emotional intelligence in the order of relative significance. Thirdly, children`s ego-resilience was found to intermediate parents` person-oriented guidance and children`s emotional intelligence In conclusion, individual children`s evaluations of parental verbal stimuli was found to influence children`s emotional intelligence, especially more significantly through the mediation of children`s ego-resilience.
Key Words: emotional, ego-resilience, person-oriented guidance
주요어: 정서지능, 자아탄력성, 인성지향적 지도
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