- Volume 11 Issue 1
INFLUENCE OF ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENTS ON REJECTION SENSITIVITY AND PEERRELATION IN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
학령기 아동들의 부모에 대한 애착관계가 거부민감성 및 또래 관계에 미치는 영향
- Lee, Kyung-Sook (Department of Rehabilitation, Hanshin University) ;
- Suh, Soo-Jeung (Department of Psychology, Ewh Women's University) ;
- Shin, Yee-Jin (Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, Yonsei University)
- Published : 2000.06.30
This study aims to reveal whether attachment relationship with parents can differ from children being accepted and rejected in peer relations, and whether children's rejection sensitivity can differ from children having secure and insecure attachment relationship with parents. Subjects were 218 students in fifth and sixth grade of primary school. Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment(IPPA), Children's Rejection Sensitivity Questionnaire(CRSQ), and peer relation sociometrics were used as measurements. The results showed that children in secure attachment with parents had lower scores on the subscales of CRSQ, such as anxiety, anger, belief, and psychological reaction, than children in insure attachment relationship with parents. And IPPA scores were higher in children being accepted in peer relation than children being rejected. These results can be considered that early attachment relationship with parents may influence children's rejection sensitivity and peer relation.