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Impact of Parents’ Attachment Behaviors on Stress Coping Ability and Suicidal Impulse Control among College Students

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2016, 12(3), pp.109-124
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

Park Min Hyang 1 박보명 1 박성령 1 정혜선 1

1충북보건과학대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study was conducted to verify how the attachment behavior of parents affect the ability coping with stress and control over suicidal impulse among the college students majoring in health. The multiple regression model was developed for the impact of the parents’ attachment activities on the students’ stress coping skills (R² = .096, F = 5.283, p <.001), indicating a statistically significant association. The impact of parental attachment behavior on suicidal impulse control was also found statistically significant from the regression model (R² = .097, F = 4.79, p <.01). The results of this analysis highlight that attachment behavior of parents can influence the stress coping ability and suicidal thought control of their children, and thus the strategy to improve parental attachment behaviors could contribute to enhancing the stress coping skills and suppressing the suicidal impulse of their children.

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