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Title: 大學生依附關係對社會連結感之影響: 以正念特質為中介變項
The Effects of Attachment on Social Connectedness among College Students:Mindfulness Trait as a Mediator
Authors: 鄭文軒
Zheng, Wen-Xuan
Contributors: 陳婉真
Zheng, Wen-Xuan
Keywords: 依附關係
dispositional mindfulness
social connectedness
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-08-04 16:30:25 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討大學生「依附關係」、「正念特質」以及「社會連結感」之間的關係,並欲了解「正念特質」是否在「依附關係」與「社會連結感」中扮演中介因子,同時檢驗研究工具中「社會連結感量表修改版」是否具有適切信效度。研究中以474位大學生為對象,使用問卷調查法。研究工具包含「親密關係經驗量表-關係結構版中文版」、「中文版止觀覺察注意量表」以及「社會連結感量表修改版」,經描述性統計、驗證性因素分析、皮爾森積差相關分析、迴歸分析及Sobel檢定等統計方法分析之後,分析結果如下:
1.研究者翻譯之社會連結感-修改版,經驗證性因素分析的考驗,修飾後的模型各項適配度指標皆達建議標準,Crobach’s alpha為.94,顯示社會連結感量表修改版具有適切信效度。
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships among attachments, dispositional mindfulness and social connectedness, and to test the mediating role of dispositional mindfulness between attachments and social connectedness. Moreover, the study examined the reliability and validity of Social Connectedness Scale-Revised (SCS-R). A sample of 474 Taiwanese college students participated in the study. The data were collected by questionnaire, including Chinese version Experiences in Close Relationships-Relationship Structures (CECR-RS), Chinese version Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (CMAAS) and Social Connectedness Scale-Revised (SCS-R). The data were analyzed through descriptive statistics, confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), Pearson’s correlation, regression analysis, and Sobel test. Results showed that:
1.The reliability and validity of SCS-R were supported after confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was conducted. The model fit indices of revised model were appropriate and the Cronbach’s alpha was .94.
2.Both attachment avoidance and attachment anxiety were negative associated with dispositional mindfulness.
3.Both attachment avoidance and attachment anxiety were negative associated with social connectedness.
4. Dispositional mindfulness is positive associated with social connectedness.
5. Dispositional mindfulness could partially mediate the relations between attachments and social connectedness.
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