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Changes in Perceptions of Interpersonal Relationships with Parents by College Students as They Advance from Freshmen to Seniors

Robison, James A. Jr.
Abstract
This study is concerned with determining some changes that occur in the perceptions that college students report concerning their relationships with their parents as they advance from their freshmen year to their senior year. Three important aspects of interpersonal relationships are examined -- perceived similarity, perceived identification, and perceived self-validation. Differences in perceptions by students are examined on the basis of the sex of the student, the class of the student, and the sex of the parent. A correlational model is used.
Date
1982-12-01
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