The Influence of Perceived Parental Attachment and Self-differentiation on the Adjustment to College Life of University Students
전문대학생의 성인애착과 자아분화가 대학생활적응에 미치는 영향

Jong-Un Kim, Myoung-Hee Lee
2014 The Journal of the Korea Contents Association  
The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of perceived parental attachment and self-differentiation on the adjustment to college life For this study, we used research data about the adjustment to college life, perceived parental attachment and self-differentiation which were collected from 271 university students live in Busan. We carried out correlation analysis to see the relationship between perceived parental attachment, self-differentiation and the adjustment to college
more » ... . Also, we carried out stepwise multiple regression to predict the most influential variable in college life. Results of this study were as follows. First, perceived parental attachment, and self-differentiation have a meaningful positive relationship with college life. Second, attachment anxiety, attachment avoidance, family projection, and cognitive and emotional functioning have more effects on the adjustment to college. Especially attachment avoidance affects college life more than others. These results show the importance of a wide variety of policy research to develope peer support program and counseling for a better school life on schools, classes, counseling centers. ■ keyword :|Parental Attachment|Self-differentiation|Adjustment to College Life| * 이 논문은 동아대학교 학술연구비 지원에 의해 연구되었습니다.
doi:10.5392/jkca.2014.14.02.506 fatcat:b2oue5gjozdkvbqt3ysh3d7vsu