A psychometric and theoretical investigation of the measurement of attachment relationships in adolescence
Adolescence is marked by rapid changes in biological, cognitive, psychological and social domains. This thesis examines the nature and importance of close dyadic bonds in adolescence. Using an attachment theory perspective and focussing on those relationships which provide physical and psychological security, the composition of these attachment relationships will be examined. Despite the well-documented importance of attachment relationships for psychological adjustment in adolescence, there...[Show more]
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