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Predicting the effects of parenting style, attachment style in early adolescent behavior

Author: LiYue
Tutor: LiHaoRan
School: Shandong Normal University
Course: Mental health education
Keywords: Early adolescents Parenting style Peer Attachment Behavioral problems Pro-social behavior
CLC: G444
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2014
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Abstract


Behavior of young people’s performance is an important way to reflect their mental,Morecurrent research for the problem behavior and the behavior of the pro-social behavior,Whenstudents enter puberty, likely to exhibit behavioral problems,If teachers and parents can not beidentified and assisted correction, will limit the level of social development of students in acertain extent,Their mental and physical health can be affected.Therefore, in-depth study ofadolescent problem behavior and pro-social behavior to guide students successfully throughadolescence, to improve the level of psychological and social development is of greatsignificance.This study used questionnaires to277young people were tested in order to"Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire""Parenting Style Assessment Scale,""Youth PeerAttachment Style Questionnaire" as a research tool, and AMOS7.0using SPSS20.0statisticssoftware analyzes the characteristics and profiles Family Education, peer attachment styles,behavioral problems and prosocial behavior, parenting styles discussed the impact on thebehavior of companion attachment.Conclusions are as follows:1.There are some gender differences and grade differences in early adolescent behavioralproblems and pro-social behavior.Girls have more emotional problems than boys,and fewerbehavioral problems and ompanions problems.Compared to boys, girls have higher levels ofpro-social development.Among all grades hyperactivity/attention deficit and pro-socialbehavior are also significant differences,Grade7which problems and attention deficithyperactivity most obvious,pro-social behavior to a minimum.Sixth grade has minimalproblems and attention deficit hyperactivity performance,maximum of pro-social behavior.2.Parents were tested using more parenting style is rejected, emotional warmth and anxietyparenting.Mother were higher than the father on the four dimensions.There are some genderdifferences in parenting style and grades, father refused, overprotective to boys more thangirls,Parents give more emotional warmth to girls than boys.Father overprotection increasedafter the first year with the reduction,parental warmth were both increased after the first cut.3.Most of the early adolescent attachment style is safe,different gender and grade reportsattachment style similarities,The proportion of boys and girls each attachment typesdescending distribution, both were safe, apathy, focus, fear.Grades six, seven, eight by theratio of the frequency of the order of safety, apathy, focus, fear. Indifference and focus is inequal proportions and on the minority of eighth grade.Among boys appreciate more secureattachment than girls,lower grades reported more secure attachment than high grades.4.Early teen Parental Rearing Patterns, peer attachment style, behavior every two analysis showed that,parental warmth can help children reduce attention deficit and peerproblems,insecure attachment problems with children are also more.Emotional warmthindirectly through attachment style negatively predict behavioral problems, attachment styleis partially mediated.Emotional warmth can be positively predict prosocial behavior, also canaffect the intermediary variables pro-social behavior by attachment style.

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