Attachment, Well-Being, and College Senior Concerns About the Transition Out of CollegeCounselor Education Faculty Publications and Presentations
SponsorThis research was supported in part by the Oakland University Graduate Student Research Award.
- Counseling Services,
- Adulthood -- Psychological aspects,
- Social Adjustment,
- Maturation (Psychology)
AbstractThis study examined the relationships among attachment, psychological well-being (PWB), life satisfaction, and concerns about the transition out of college among a sample of college seniors. A path analysis was conducted predicting that PWB and life satisfaction would mediate the relationships between attachment and three types of graduation transition concerns: career, change and loss, and support. Significant mediation effects impacting career concerns and change and loss concerns were discovered. Implications for college counseling are discussed. Keywords: attachment, college graduation, transition.
Citation InformationJoel A. Lane. "Attachment, Well-Being, and College Senior Concerns About the Transition Out of College" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joel_lane/27/