Divergent Interpersonal Paths to Well-Being for Insecurely Attached Emerging AdultsCounselor Education Faculty Publications and Presentations
SponsorThis research was supported in part by a grant from the Association for Adult Development and Aging.
- Adulthood -- Psychological aspects,
- Social Adjustment,
- Maturation (Psychology)
AbstractThe present study explored attachment, social support, and well-being among a sample of emerging adults. The model predicted that social support would:1) mediate the relationship between attachment anxiety and well-being, and 2) moderate the relationship between attachment avoidance and well-being. All hypotheses were supported. Implications for counselors are discussed.
Citation InformationJoel A. Lane. "Divergent Interpersonal Paths to Well-Being for Insecurely Attached Emerging Adults" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joel_lane/26/