Presenter and Advisor Information

Elizabeth Williams, Illinois Wesleyan University

Type of Submission

Poster

Type of Submission (Archival)

Event

Area of Study or Work

Psychology

Faculty Advisor

Marie Nebel-Schwalm

Expected Graduation Date

2012

Location

Atrium, Center for Natural Sciences, Illinois Wesleyan University

Start Date

14-4-2012 2:35 AM

End Date

14-4-2012 3:35 AM

Abstract

Illinois Wesleyan Students completed a multipart questionnaire regarding their relationships with parents, perceptions of parental conflict (CPIC), dating anxiety (DAS-A), attitudes about relationships and marriage (AARMS), experiences in close relationships (ECR-R), alcohol and drug use, study habits, and rates of depression and anxiety (DASS). Preliminary analyses indicate significant differences on the self-blame subscale of the Children’s Perception of Interpersonal Conflict (CPIC) questionnaire. Students with high levels of self-blame for their parents’ interpersonal conflict report higher levels of attachment-related anxiety in their romantic relationships, based on the Experiences in Close Relationships-Revised (ECR-R) questionnaire. Further analyses of the additional survey measures will also be addressed

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Apr 14th, 2:35 AM Apr 14th, 3:35 AM

Examining the Effects of Parental Conflict on Students' Romantic Relationships and Well-Being

Atrium, Center for Natural Sciences, Illinois Wesleyan University

Illinois Wesleyan Students completed a multipart questionnaire regarding their relationships with parents, perceptions of parental conflict (CPIC), dating anxiety (DAS-A), attitudes about relationships and marriage (AARMS), experiences in close relationships (ECR-R), alcohol and drug use, study habits, and rates of depression and anxiety (DASS). Preliminary analyses indicate significant differences on the self-blame subscale of the Children’s Perception of Interpersonal Conflict (CPIC) questionnaire. Students with high levels of self-blame for their parents’ interpersonal conflict report higher levels of attachment-related anxiety in their romantic relationships, based on the Experiences in Close Relationships-Revised (ECR-R) questionnaire. Further analyses of the additional survey measures will also be addressed

 

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