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The Study of Rearing, Coping, Attributional Style and their Relations in Depression Adolescents

  • J. Tang (a1) (a2), G. Wang (a1), Z. Liu (a1), C. Shu (a1) and L. Xiao (a1)...

Abstract

Background and aims:

To explore rearing, coping, attributional style and their relations in depression adolescents.

Methods:

64 adolescents with depressive disorder and 125 normal subjects of similar age, sex were presented with self-made social demographic scale, Egna Minnen av Barndoms Uppfostran-own memories of parental rearing practices in childhood (EMBU), Children attributional style questionnaire (CASQ) and Coping style questionnaire.

Results:

  1. 1. As to EMBU, there was a significant deficit in parental emotional warmth (p< 0.001) with depression adolescents, and whose parental punishment and strict (p< 0.05), rejection and denial (p< 0.001) were higher than normal ones.

  2. 2. As to CASQ, the differences were significant in self-blame (p< 0.001), asking for help (p< 0.001), daydreaming (p< 0.001) and recession (p< 0.05).

  3. 3. The difference of attributional pattern was significant (p< 0.001).

  4. 4. Mather’ emotional warmth and rejection and denial were both related to adolescents’ coping style and attributional style.

Conclusion:

Depressive adolescents had negative coping style and attributional style, and mother’ rearing style may has relation with them.

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The Study of Rearing, Coping, Attributional Style and their Relations in Depression Adolescents

  • J. Tang (a1) (a2), G. Wang (a1), Z. Liu (a1), C. Shu (a1) and L. Xiao (a1)...

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The Study of Rearing, Coping, Attributional Style and their Relations in Depression Adolescents

  • J. Tang (a1) (a2), G. Wang (a1), Z. Liu (a1), C. Shu (a1) and L. Xiao (a1)...
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