Attachment, Friendship, and Psychosocial Functioning in Early Adolescence.

@article{Rubin2004AttachmentFA,
  title={Attachment, Friendship, and Psychosocial Functioning in Early Adolescence.},
  author={Kenneth H. Rubin and Kathleen M Dwyer and Angel Hayoung Kim and Kim B Burgess and Cathryn Booth-Laforce and Linda Rose-Krasnor},
  journal={The Journal of early adolescence},
  year={2004},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={326-356}
}
Fifth-graders' (N = 162; 93 girls) relationships with parents and friends were examined with respect to their main and interactive effects on psychosocial functioning. Participants reported on parental support, the quality of their best friendships, self-worth, and perceptions of social competence. Peers reported on aggression, shyness and withdrawal, and rejection and victimization. Mothers reported on psychological adjustment. Perceived parental support and friendship quality predicted higher… CONTINUE READING
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