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Record identifier : 568073
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Wiseman, Hadas
Title and statement of responsibility : Autonomy-relatedness and ego identity in college youth [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : York University (Canada, 1982
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.A.
Body granting the degree : , York University (Canada
Summary or Abstract : The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between the major developmental tasks of late adolescence, ego identity as discussed by Erikson and autonomy-relatedness as discussed by object relations theorists. An Autonomy-Relatedness Questionnaire (ARQ) was developed to assess empirically the task of separating from parents and establishing oneself as an autonomous person, while maintaining ties with one's parents and relating to peers. Study I included the construction and psychometric analysis of the Autonomy (A) and Relatedness (R) scales of the ARQ. The construct validity of the A scale was established by finding positive correlation with the Self-Sufficiency Index and negative correlation with the Powerful Others scale and the PRF's Succorance scale. Partial evidence for the construct validity of the R scale came from the relationship that was found between its Affiliation subscale and the Capacity for Intimate Contact scale of the POI. In Study II a multiple regression of autonomy-relatedness (ARQ subscales) on ego identity (IAS scale) for 94 subjects resulted in an $R\sp2$ of.26. Subjects high in both A and R were significantly higher on ego identity than the three other groups combined, and significantly higher than those that were low in both. In addition, the IAS scores of subjects high in both, high on one dimension but low on the other, and low in both were significantly different. These results suggest a relationship between the A-R groups and the identity statuses established by Marcia. Furthermore, differences in autonomy and relatedness between males and females, as well as between students living at home and those living away, were significant, Contrary to expectations, no evidence was found for differences in locus of control between the four A-R groups. (Abstract shortened by UMI.).
Topical Name Used as Subject : Developmental psychology, Educational psychology
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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