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KMID : 1025820160240030385
Family and Family Therapy
2016 Volume.24 No. 3 p.385 ~ p.408
Self-Differentiation and Self-Efficacy: Mediating Effects on Irrational Beliefs and Marital Satisfaction
Lee Jin-Ah

Lee In-Soo
Abstract
Objectives: This study explored the mediating effects of self-differentiation and self-efficacy on irrational beliefs and marital satisfaction.

Method: Data from a sample of 532 married men and women living in the Seoul Metropolitan areawere analyzed with SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 21.0.

Results: Irrational beliefs of marital relations are negatively correlated with self-differentiation, self-efficacy and marital satisfaction, and they have an indirect effect on marital satisfaction through self-differentiation and self-efficacy. That is, irrational beliefs directly affect self-differentiation, which, in turn, influences marital satisfaction by mediating self-efficacy.
Conclusions: The results of this study can enhance mutual understanding between couples. The authors proposed future studies.
KEYWORD
marital satisfaction, irrational beliefs of couples, self-differentiation, self-efficacy
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