Feeling of Psychological Security at a Sample of Adolescents in Jordan

Ibrahim Bajes Maali


This study aims at recognizing the effect of parents’ role in feeling of psychological security at a sample of adolescents in Jordan. The sample of study consisted of (450) male and female adolescents, their ages range from (13-18), the individuals of the sample were classified into two groups; the dictator parental role group and the democratic parental role group. Results indicated that the group of democratic parental role have a higher feeling of psychological security and females are more feeling of security than males of the dictator parental role group, and no effect of a housing real did not appear on the feeling of psychological security between both groups.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v14n5p104

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