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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1998;19(2): 35-47.
아동후기 초등학교 학생의 부정적 생활사건 , 자아 존중감 , 사회적 지원과 부적응에 관한 종단연구
A Longitudinal Study of Negative Life Events , Self - Esteem , Social Support , and Maladjustment among Late Elementary School Children
Hee Og Sim
Negative life events, self-esteem, perceived social support, and maladjustment were studied longitudinally among late elementary children. Subjects were 241 boys and girls for depression and 258 for antisocial behavior. The instruments were the Adolescent Perceived Events Scale, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, the Social Support Scale for Children, the Revised Korean Version of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies` Depression Scale, and the Antisocial Behavior Scale. The results showed that the way variables were reciprocally related to one another in patterns over a period of one year differed by internal and external adjustment. For depression, depression at Time 1 had effects on self-esteem, social support, and depression at Time 2. For antisocial behavior, negative life events at Time 1 influenced negative life events, self-esteem, social support, and antisocial behavior at Time 2. The findings were discussed in relation to the effects of negative life events, self-esteem, and perceived social support on maladjustment.
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