依存性と自意識の二側面との関連 : 青年期における二者関係に焦点を当てて <研究論文>
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Relation between dependency and two aspects of self-consciousness : Focusing on dyadic relationships in adolescence
In this study, we focused on dyadic relationships in adolescence and examined the dependent appearance for significant other and the relation with two aspects of the self-consciousness. Two aspects of the self-consciousness are public self-consciousness and private self-consciousness. As a result of factor analysis,it was indicated that adolescents have mature and immature dependencies on significant others and dependent anxiety was observed regardless of the object of dependence. Furthermore, there was a positive correlation between dependence and public self-consciousness, as well as between an object orientation factor expressing an emotional approach to significant others and private self-consciousness. Participants (N=233, 115 man, 113 female) were divided into four groups according to the scores on the dependence scale. A one-factor analysis of variance was conducted with groups as the independent variable and public/private self-consciousness as the dependent variable. The results indicated significant differences between the groups in both types of self-consciousness. It is suggested that private self-consciousness develop through relationships with others and is necessary to build interdependent relationship with others.