Attachment style, self-concealment, and interpersonal distance among Japanese undergraduates.

@article{Yukawa2007AttachmentSS,
  title={Attachment style, self-concealment, and interpersonal distance among Japanese undergraduates.},
  author={Shintaro Yukawa and Hideji Tokuda and Jun Sato},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={2007},
  volume={104 3 Pt 2},
  pages={
          1255-61
        }
}
The relationships among attachment style, self-concealment, and interpersonal distance were studied with 71 Japanese undergraduates (33 men and 38 women, ages 18 to 20 years, M = 18.7, SD= .6). Participants completed a questionnaire about Self-concealment and Attachment Styles (Secure, Anxious, and Avoidant). One week later, Interpersonal Distance, which individuals maintain between themselves and others, was measured by the stop-distance paradigm. Analysis showed that scores for more Anxious… CONTINUE READING