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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EGO-IDENTITY STATUS AND ATTACHMENT STYLES WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEINGS AMONG YOUNGESTERS

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 Start Page 49 | End Page 63

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 This study attempts to identify the relationship between ego-identity status and ATTACHMENT STYLEs with PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEINGs of the young students at Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch and the impact of NEIGHBORHOOD on their ego-identity status and PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEINGs. The participants were 120 students (Male=43 and Female=77) while 96 were aboriginal and 24 were not. They were between 22 to 26 years old. Benion-Adams’ measure of identity status, Hazen-Shaver’s ATTACHMENT STYLE questionnaire, and Ryff’s PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING questionnaire were used to measure identity status, ATTACHMENT STYLE, and PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING respectively. In the inferential side of data analysis ANOVA and linear regression were applied. The findings indicate that four factors of ego-identity status, ATTACHMENT STYLEs, GENDER, and NEIGHBORHOOD all together explain 41% of the variation for PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING of the students. NEIGHBORHOOD and identity diffusion show a significant predictive value for totao score of the PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING of the participants.

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