Development of managing emotions : the contribution of selected factors of peer and family relationships Public Deposited

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  • The primary purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between managing emotions scores and the variables of education level, affiliation, number of relationships, commitment to relationships, and parental divorce. The instrument used in the study was the Iowa Development Inventory-B with questions added to measure behavior relative to the independent variables. The sample included 521 first term freshmen and eleventh term senior women at Oregon State University. Two-way analyses of variance provided information on the relationships and interactive effects between managing emotions, education, affiliation, number of relationships, and commitment to relationships. The t-tests and correlations were performed to further identify relationships. The significant variables were used to build a model for multiple regression. Based on the results of the study, the following conclusions were reached: 1. Managing emotions scores, number of relationships and commitment to relationships rose from the freshman to senior year for both affiliated and nonaffiliated women. 2. Affiliation with a sorority did not have a significant effect on rise in managing emotions scores. 3. Affiliation with a sorority had a stronger relationship with number of relationships than did educational level. 4. Number of relationships and commitment to relationships were significantly higher for affiliated women than for nonaffiliated women. 5. Divorce of parents did not have a significant effect on managing emotions scores. 6. A slight relationship was found between managing emotions scores, education level, and commitment to relationships.
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