Why Not Everyone Gets Their Fair Share of Stress: Adolescent'S Perceived Relationship Affection Mediates Associations between Temperament and Subsequent Stressful Social Events

@article{Laceulle2015WhyNE,
  title={Why Not Everyone Gets Their Fair Share of Stress: Adolescent'S Perceived Relationship Affection Mediates Associations between Temperament and Subsequent Stressful Social Events},
  author={Odilia M. Laceulle and Bertus F. Jeronimus and Marcel A. G. van Aken and Johan Ormel},
  journal={European Journal of Personality},
  year={2015},
  volume={29},
  pages={125 - 137}
}
Temperamental differences are associated with subsequent stressful life events, a phenomenon that has in part been attributed to evocation. However, we remain ignorant about the mechanisms that mediate this process. In the current paper, we test whether differences in ‘perceived relationship affection’ accounted for part of the prospective association between temperament and stressful social event evocation in three social domains, viz. parents, peers and romantic partners. Data were derived… Expand

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