ジョシ ダイガクセイ ニオケル ハハムスメ カンケイ ガ ムスメ ノ ジソン カンジョウ ト ヨクウツ ニ アタエル エイキョウ
The Effect of Mother-Daughter Relationship to Self-Esteem and Depression in College Women
野間, あずさ 徳島大学大学院総合科学教育部
牛尾, 惠 徳島大学大学院総合科学教育部
横瀬, 洋輔 徳島大学病院 精神科神経科・心身症科
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between daughter’s self-esteem and depression, and mother-daughter relationship of college women.
It is closely related to self-esteem and parent-child relationships. A mother-daughter relationship is kept close spanning over a lifetime and the relationship variously affects both mother and daughter. In addition, depression is common in young women. College students are in an age in which change occurs in the relationship with the parent and it is a period in time when they are exposed to various stimuli prompting changes. As a result, it is presumed that depression in college women is likely increase.
Results from this study reveal, daughters who have built a close relationship with the mother, have significantly higher self-esteem and lower depression than that of the daughters who do not have a close relationship .Additionally, daughters who live with their mother and are annoyed with their mother have lower self-esteem than daughters who do not live with their mother.
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