The Relationship Research among Parental Rearing Pattern, Self-Disclosure and Loneliness of Middle School Students
Abstract: The purposes of this study are to investigate the relationship of middle school students’ parental rearing pattern, self-disclosure and loneliness, and to further explore the mediating effect of middle school students’ self-disclosure with peers on the relationship of parental rearing and loneliness. Using questionnaire method, the authors consulted many relative papers, and investigated 365 middle school students by “parenting assessment scale (PBI)”, “adolescent self-disclosure with peers questionnaire” and “adolescent loneliness questionnaire”. Data were analyzed using spss 17.0. Results showed that: 1) for different genders and grades, there is only significant difference between encouraging independence from father and that from mother; 2) parental rearing pattern, self-disclosure and loneliness have association with each other; 3) parental rearing pattern, and self-disclosure are significant predictors of loneliness; 4) mediating effect test proves that dimension of mother care in middle school students’ parental rearing pattern can directly affect loneliness, and also can affect that by influencing dimension of close friendship of self-disclo- sure with peers, which is a partial mediator.
文章引用: 陆周琳 , 冯成志 , 孙 伟 , 丁玉连 (2015) 初中生家庭教养方式、自我表露以及孤独感的关系研究。 心理学进展， 5， 445-456. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.58058
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