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Secure attachment relationships with important others (one type of emotional bond) can lead to more adaptive identity formation. We studied the relation of attachment representations with meaning-making and in-depth exploration, two factors contributing to identity formation. Meaning-making is a...
Many theories of motivation recognize a person’s identity adds value to the prediction of behavior; albeit indirectly, through constructs such as social norms, self-efficacy, perceived behavioral control, and values. Recently, behavioral research has more directly assessed the influence of...
The goal of the present study was to assess the similarities and differences between parents from different cultures in terms of the intensity of parental identity processes described in the three-dimensional model of identity formation. The cultural measurement invariance of the questionnaire...
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