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The relationships between Pho-Phi-Kat and attachment of junior high school students and their parents
junior high school students
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between Pho-Phi-Kat and attachment of junior high school students and their parents. The measurements used were PhoPhiKat-TC questionnaire and Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment (IPPA). 557 junior high school students from 9 schools, 352 their fathers, 352 their mothers, and 112 parents’ matched samples participated in this study. The results were as followed: 1.Among their parents, gelotophilia and katagelasticism for fathers were higher than those for mothers. 2.Junior high school students with different gender showed significant differences on gelotophobia, gelotophilia and attachment. Gelotophilia and katagelasticism for male students were higher than female students; Gelotophobia for female students were higher than male students;male students’ attachment-trust toward father were higher than female students. 3.Gelotophobia for mothers were higher, and junior high school students’ attachment toward mothers were worse. 4.Gelotophobic fathers could predict gelotophobic children; children’s attachment toward fathers could negatively predict gelotophobic and katagelasticistic children. 5.Gelotophilic mothers could negatively predict gelotophobic children; katagelasticistic mothers could predict katagelasticistic children; children’s attachment toward mothers could negatively predict katagelasticistic children. Finally, according to the results of this study are discussed, some suggestions are proposed for future research and educational counseling.
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