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Effects of parental attitudes on college students’ evaluation concerns and adaptation
creator
Yamamoto, Mika
subject
fear of evaluation
parental attitudes
adaptation
NDC
Psychology
abstract
Maladjustment may expand to college students at some point. Various preparations were considered for this maladjustment. In a few cases, however,interpersonal relationships do not go well. Personal factors, such as interpersonal fears and social unrest, are behind the fact that some interpersonal relationships cannot be carried out smoothly. Evaluation concerns are a core concept of these psychopathologies. Watson and Friend define evaluation concern as a “apprehension about others' evaluations, distress over their negative evaluations, avoidance of evaluative situations, and the expectation that others would evaluate oneself negatively.” This type of evaluation concern is thought to occur around late childhood. In college students, attitudes such as parental overprotection and severity are suggested to influence their evaluation concerns. However, few studies have focused on evaluation concerns specifically. Thus, how parental attitudes affect college students’ evaluation concerns appears to be significant. In this research, we examine how parental attitudes as perceived in childhood influence college students’ evaluation concerns and feelings of adaptation.
journal title
Bulletin of training and research center for clinical psychology
volume
Volume 16
start page
89
end page
105
date of issued
2018-03-31
publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科附属心理臨床教育研究センター
ncid
language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
department
Graduate School of Education
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