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Título alternativo: Attachment to parents and peer relationships during adolescence
Author: Sánchez Queija, María Inmaculada
Oliva Delgado, Alfredo
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Date: 2003
Published in: Revista de Psicología Social, 18(1), 71-86
Document type: Article
Abstract: Las interconexiones entre diferentes tipos de relaciones sociales es un tema que viene suscitando mucho interés entre los investigadores del desarrollo social. En el presente artículo analizamos la relación que existe entre el recuerdo de los víncul...
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The connections among different types of relationships is a topic that causes a great deal of interest among researchers in the field of social development. In this paper we analyze the links between the representations of early attachment to parents and the quality of adolescent peer relationships. To this end, 513 adolescents aged between 13 and 19 completed questionnaires relating to relationships with parents and peers. Results show that boys and girls that remember having established secure infant-parent attachment based on affection and promotion of autonomy, maintain more supportive peer attachment relationships and more intimacy with their best friend during adolescence. At the same time, we found that usually attachment to father coincides with attachment to mother, but when this is not the case, establishing a secure attachment to at least one of the parents is enough to assure the development of positive peer relationships.
Cite: Sánchez Queija, M.I. y Oliva Delgado, A. (2003). Vínculos de apego con los padres y relaciones con los iguales durante la adolescencia. Revista de Psicología Social, 18 (1), 71-86.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/33912

DOI: 10.1174/02134740360521796

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