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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(5): 61-77.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.5.61
정서조절, 정서적 자기개방 및 어머니의 심리적 통제가 중,고등학생의 우울에 미치는 영향
김소아 , 강민주
Contents : The Effect of Cognitive-Emotional Regulation, Emotional Self-Disclosure and Maternal Psychological Control on Depression among Adolescents
So A Kim , Min Ju Kang
Abstract
This study examined the influence of cognitive-emotional regulation, emotional self-disclosure and maternal psychological control on adolescent depression. The participants in this study consisted of 280 middle school students and 287 high school students in Gyung Gi Province, Korea. The results of this study were as follows. First, the high school students exhibited higher scores on depression than middle school students while there were no meaningful differences in maternal psychological control, cognitive-emotional regulation and emotional self-disclosure. Second, both middle and high school students` depression levels were positively associated with maternal psychological control and maladaptive cognitive-emotional regulation. Both middle and high school students` depression was negatively associated with emotional self-disclosure. Third, maladaptive cognitive-emotional regulation and maternal psychological control had a significant effect on both middle and high school students` depression levels, while emotional self-disclosure had a significant effect on high school students` depression only. In both age groups, there was an interactive effect of maladaptive cognitive-emotional regulation and maternal psychological control on depression.
Key Words: cognitive-emotional regulation, emotional self-disclosure, psychological control, depression
주요어: 인지적 정서조절, 정서적 자기개방, 심리적 통제, 우울
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