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Family and Family Therapy
2016 Volume.24 No. 4 p.505 ~ p.527
The Effects of Mother's Psychological Control and Father's Communication on Adolescents' Depression
Cheong Jang-Soo

Jeon Hye-Seong
Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of mother's psychological control and father's communication on the adolescents' depression.

Methods: The questionnaire survey was conducted in March, 2016 to 511 third-graders at middle school in the southern and the northern part of Seoul. Collected data were analyzed by t-test, one-way ANOVA, descriptive statistic, correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis.

Results: As a result, first, adolescents talk more with their mother than their father. But the more time they talk with their father, the less they feel depression. Second, mother's psychological control was the significant predictor to explain adolescents' depression. Third, father's functional communication was greatly the significant predictor to explain adolescents' depression. Fourth, in the analysis of the dysfuncational communication types of their fathers, only distracting stance had statistically significant effect on the adolescents' depression negatively.

Conclusions: In conclusion, to control adolescents' depression, mother's psychological control, father's functional communication, and distracting communication type of father are important factors.
KEYWORD
Parents, Psychological Control, Communication, Adolescents' Depression
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