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PARENTAL ATTACHMENT AS A MEDIATOR BETWEEN PARENTAL SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SELF-ESTEEM AS PERCEIVED BY KOREAN SPORTS MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
- PARENTAL ATTACHMENT AS A MEDIATOR BETWEEN PARENTAL SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SELF-ESTEEM AS PERCEIVED BY KOREAN SPORTS MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
- Kang, Sangwook; Jeon, Hyunsoo; Kwon, Sungho; Park, Seungha
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- PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
- vol. 120, no. 1, pp. 288 - 303
- AMMONS SCIENTIFIC, LTD
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- between parental social support and self-esteem in Korean middle and high school athletes. 591 sports athletes attending middle and high schools that specialize in sport volunteered. Parental social support and parental attachment had a significant positive effect on self-esteem; parental attachment had a greater effect on self-esteem. In the structural relationship, direct effects of parental social support on self-esteem were weak, but indirect effects through parental attachment were strong. Therefore, parental attachment complementally mediated the relationship between parental social support and self-esteem. Metric invariance was supported for groups categorized by sex, region, and school level, confirming that the model could be applied to various groups.
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