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유아의 자극추구 및 위험회피 기질과 스마트폰 과다사용과의 관계에서 모-유아 애착안정성의 매개 효과

Title
유아의 자극추구 및 위험회피 기질과 스마트폰 과다사용과의 관계에서 모-유아 애착안정성의 매개 효과
Other Titles
Mediating Effects of Mother-Child Attachment Stability in the Relationships between Novelty Seeking and Harm Avoidance Temperament and Smartphone Overuse in Preschoolers
Author
김현수
Keywords
유아 자극추구기질; 유아 위험회피기질; 유아 스마트폰 과다사용; 모-유아 애착안정성; 매개; preschooler novelty seeking temperament; preschooler harm avoidance temperament; preschooler smartphone overuse; mother-child attachment stability; mediation
Issue Date
2016-12
Publisher
한국아동심리치료학회
Citation
한국아동심리치료학회지, v. 11, NO. 3, Page. 45-63
Abstract
This study purported to examine the potential mediating effects of mother-child attachment stability in the relationship between preschooler novelty seeking and harm avoidance temperament and smartphone overuse. One-hundred-and-seventy-three mothers of preschoolers (90 boys and 83 girls) from Seoul and Gyeong-gi provinces participated in the study by filling out a packet of questionnaires measuring preschooler novelty seeking (NS) and harm avoidance (HA) temperament, smartphone overuse, and mother-child attachment stability. A correlation analysis showed significant positive correlations between both NS and HA temperament and child smartphone overuse, a significant negative correlation between attachment stability and smartphone overuse, and significant negative correlations between both NS and HA temperament and attachment stability. Mediational models were tested using regression analyses and the results showed that attachment stability partially mediates the relationships between NS and smartphone overuse and between HA and smartphone overuse. Clinical implications of the research findings were discussed and recommendations for future study were given.
URI
http://scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr/searchDetail.laf?barcode=4050025263184http://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/101587
ISSN
1975-9290
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