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Erica Jimenez – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Adult Romantic Attachment, Negative Emotionality, and Depressive Symptoms in Middle Aged Men: A Multivariate Genetic Analysis
    Behavior Genetics, 2011
    Co-Authors: Carol E. Franz, Timothy P. York, Lindon J. Eaves, Elizabeth Prom-wormley, Kristen C. Jacobson, Michael J. Lyons, Michael D. Grant, Hong Xian, Matthew S. Panizzon, Erica Jimenez

    Abstract:

    Adult Romantic Attachment styles reflect ways of relating in close relationships and are associated with depression and negative emotionality. We estimated the extent to which dimensions of Romantic Attachment and negative emotionality share genetic or environmental risk factors in 1,237 middle-aged men in the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging (VETSA). A common genetic factor largely explained the covariance between Attachment-related anxiety, Attachment-related avoidance, depressive symptoms, and two measures of negative emotionality: Stress-Reaction (anxiety), and Alienation. Multivariate results supported genetic and environmental differences in Attachment. Attachment-related anxiety and Attachment-related avoidance were each influenced by additional genetic factors not shared with other measures; the genetic correlation between the Attachment measure-specific genetic factors was 0.41, indicating some, but not complete overlap of genetic factors. Genetically informative longitudinal studies on Attachment relationship dimensions can help to illuminate the role of relationship-based risk factors in healthy aging.

  • Adult Romantic Attachment negative emotionality and depressive symptoms in middle aged men a multivariate genetic analysis carol e franztimothy p yorklindon j eaveselizabeth prom wormley kristen c jacobsonmichael j lyonsmichael d granthong xian matth
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Carol E. Franz, Erica Jimenez, Timothy P. York, Lindon J. Eaves, Kristen C. Jacobson, Michael J. Lyons, Matthew S. Panizzon, W S Kremen, Elizabeth Promwormley, Michael D. Grant

    Abstract:

    Adult Romantic Attachment styles reflect ways of relating in close relationships and are associated with depression and negative emotionality. We estimated the extent to which dimensions of Romantic Attachment and negative emotionality share genetic or environmental risk factors in 1,237 middle-aged men in the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging (VETSA). A common genetic factor lar- gely explained the covariance between Attachment-related anxiety, Attachment-related avoidance, depressive symp- toms, and two measures of negative emotionality: Stress- Reaction (anxiety), and Alienation. Multivariate results supported genetic and environmental differences in Attachment. Attachment-related anxiety and Attachment– related avoidance were each influenced by additional genetic factors not shared with other measures; the genetic correlation between the Attachment measure-specific genetic factors was 0.41, indicating some, but not complete overlap of genetic factors. Genetically informative longi- tudinal studies on Attachment relationship dimensions can help to illuminate the role of relationship-based risk factors in healthy aging.

Daftar Pustaka – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Adult Romantic Attachment pada dewasa muda yang mengalami childhood abuse Adult Romantic Attachment pada dewasa muda yang mengalami childhood abuse
    , 2013
    Co-Authors: Mahasiswa Fakultas, Daftar Pustaka

    Abstract:

    Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat gambaran Adult Romantic Attachment pada dewasa muda yang mengalami childhood abuse. Dewasa muda yang mengalami childhood abuse, berarti pernah mengalami kekerasan di masa kecil mulai usia 0 sampai 6 tahun. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan metode studi kasus. Fokus penelitiannya adalah pada Adult Romantic Attachment dewasa muda yang mengalami childhood abuse. Adult Romantic Attachment yang dimaksud adalah pola kelekatan yang dimiliki dewasa pada pasangannya. Adult Romantic Attachment ditentukan oleh empat komponen yakni ikatan emosi, kebergantungan, kepercayaan dan penerimaan diri. Keempat komponen ini dapat mengkategorikan dewasa menjadi empat jenis pola kelekatan diantaranya secure, preoccupied, dismissing dan fearful Attachment.

  • the influence of Adult Romantic Attachment style on the tendency of conducting dating violence pengaruh gaya kelekatan romantis dewasa Adult Romantic Attachment style terhadap kecenderungan untuk melakukan kekerasan dalam pacaran
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Daftar Pustaka

    Abstract:

    The phenomenon of dating violence shows increasing prevalence lately. It is very significant problem because of timing and long-term effects. Attachment theory suggest that violence in intimate relationships is not a cognitive act; it is non-conscious, manifestation of an insecure Attachment style (Smeltzer, 2009). This study investigeted whether Adult Romantic Attachment style (avoidant and anxiety) influence on the tendency of conducting dating violence. This study used 68 high school student in Surabaya (47 boys). Regression hierarchical is used to analyzed the data. The result shows that anxiety Attachment impact significantly to the involvement of dating violence while avoidant Attachment is not significant. The contextual factor, that is caregiving culture, is needed to explain the tendency of conducting dating violence. The result can be used for future research of relationship of Attachment and dating violence.

Carol E. Franz – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Adult Romantic Attachment, Negative Emotionality, and Depressive Symptoms in Middle Aged Men: A Multivariate Genetic Analysis
    Behavior Genetics, 2011
    Co-Authors: Carol E. Franz, Timothy P. York, Lindon J. Eaves, Elizabeth Prom-wormley, Kristen C. Jacobson, Michael J. Lyons, Michael D. Grant, Hong Xian, Matthew S. Panizzon, Erica Jimenez

    Abstract:

    Adult Romantic Attachment styles reflect ways of relating in close relationships and are associated with depression and negative emotionality. We estimated the extent to which dimensions of Romantic Attachment and negative emotionality share genetic or environmental risk factors in 1,237 middle-aged men in the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging (VETSA). A common genetic factor largely explained the covariance between Attachment-related anxiety, Attachment-related avoidance, depressive symptoms, and two measures of negative emotionality: Stress-Reaction (anxiety), and Alienation. Multivariate results supported genetic and environmental differences in Attachment. Attachment-related anxiety and Attachment-related avoidance were each influenced by additional genetic factors not shared with other measures; the genetic correlation between the Attachment measure-specific genetic factors was 0.41, indicating some, but not complete overlap of genetic factors. Genetically informative longitudinal studies on Attachment relationship dimensions can help to illuminate the role of relationship-based risk factors in healthy aging.

  • Adult Romantic Attachment negative emotionality and depressive symptoms in middle aged men a multivariate genetic analysis carol e franztimothy p yorklindon j eaveselizabeth prom wormley kristen c jacobsonmichael j lyonsmichael d granthong xian matth
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Carol E. Franz, Erica Jimenez, Timothy P. York, Lindon J. Eaves, Kristen C. Jacobson, Michael J. Lyons, Matthew S. Panizzon, W S Kremen, Elizabeth Promwormley, Michael D. Grant

    Abstract:

    Adult Romantic Attachment styles reflect ways of relating in close relationships and are associated with depression and negative emotionality. We estimated the extent to which dimensions of Romantic Attachment and negative emotionality share genetic or environmental risk factors in 1,237 middle-aged men in the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging (VETSA). A common genetic factor lar- gely explained the covariance between Attachment-related anxiety, Attachment-related avoidance, depressive symp- toms, and two measures of negative emotionality: Stress- Reaction (anxiety), and Alienation. Multivariate results supported genetic and environmental differences in Attachment. Attachment-related anxiety and Attachment– related avoidance were each influenced by additional genetic factors not shared with other measures; the genetic correlation between the Attachment measure-specific genetic factors was 0.41, indicating some, but not complete overlap of genetic factors. Genetically informative longi- tudinal studies on Attachment relationship dimensions can help to illuminate the role of relationship-based risk factors in healthy aging.