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KMID : 1025820190270030457
Family and Family Therapy
2019 Volume.27 No. 3 p.457 ~ p.479
The Effects of Attachment with Parents and Self-Differentiation on Sexual Assertiveness among College Students
Lee Esther

Chung Hye-Jeong
Abstract
Objectives: This study investigates the effects of attachment with parents and self-differentiation on sexual assertiveness, along with the regulation effect of self-differentiation in the relationship of attachment with parents and sexual assertiveness among college students.

Methods: The participants of this study were 173 male and 164 female college students, and the data were collected through a self-administered questionnaire method.

Results: Results show that there are significant differences in the level of sexual assertiveness across genders, in the level of attachment with parents across parental marital status, and in the level of some subfactors of self-differentiation across genders. Multiple regression analysis results indicate that emotional fusion is the most powerful predictor of sexual assertiveness. Furthermore, the relationship between attachment with their parents and sexual assertiveness is mediated by self-differentiation.

Conclusions: The study concludes that the results would suggest some useful basic data for education and counseling with college students to improve their sexual health.
KEYWORD
college students, parent-child attachment, self-differentiation, sexual assertiveness
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