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ERIC Number: EJ599980
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1999
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ISSN: ISSN-0743-5584
Attachment Cognitions Predict Perceived and Enacted Social Support during Late Adolescence.
Herzberg, David S.; Hammen, Constance; Burge, Dorli; Daley, Shannon E.; Davial, Joanne; Lindberg, Nangel
Journal of Adolescent Research, v14 n4 p387-404 Oct 1999
Examined the relationship between attachment cognitions and social support in a community sample of 129 late-adolescent women. Found that attachment cognitions representing greater security in close relationships were associated with higher levels of perceived and enacted social support. Differences between subjects reporting secure and insecure attachment cognitions were primarily in enacted emotional support rather than information or material aid. (Author/KB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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