Parent and Peer Predictors of Change in Attachment Security From Adolescence to Adulthood.

@article{Allen2018ParentAP,
  title={Parent and Peer Predictors of Change in Attachment Security From Adolescence to Adulthood.},
  author={Joseph P Allen and Leah Grande and Joseph S. Tan and Emily L. Loeb},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2018},
  volume={89 4},
  pages={
          1120-1132
        }
}
Interview, self-report, peer report, and observational data were used to examine parent and peer relationship qualities as predictors of relative changes in attachment security in a community sample of adolescents followed from ages 14 to 24. Early maternal supportive behavior predicted relative increases in attachment security from adolescence to adulthood, whereas psychological control and interparental hostile conflict predicted relative decreases. Peer predictors of relative increases in… CONTINUE READING
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