Autonomy And Relationships With Parental Support And Psychological Distress

762 Words Mar 25th, 2016 4 Pages
I have selected “Autonomy and Relatedness in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: Relationships with Parental Support and Psychological Distress” and I have selected this topic because The study investigated autonomy and relatedness in late adolescents and emerging adults living in Italy, analyzing the relationships with perceived parental support and psychological distress.

Taken together, the findings confirmed that autonomy and relatedness are fundamental needs for both teens and emerging adults related to parental support and psychological health. Notwithstanding, age moderated some of the investigated relationships suggesting that autonomy and relatedness have different meanings, as well as playing different roles during adolescence and emerging adulthood. I have selected this topic it is a good example of empirical research method and all the data and information which gather are used in a good and empirical way to find the best output.

The basic question which were asked in the selected “Autonomy and Relatedness in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: Relationships with Parental Support and Psychological Distress” are that Autonomy and relatedness are fundamental needs both in adolescence and in emerging adulthood which are affected by parental support and are linked to children’s psychological distress. In the same way, the questions that are raised in the 2nd source which is “Parents, Adolescents, and the Nature of Conflict” are that how parents can make their…

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