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Stress and college persistence as a function of attachment style


Author(s): Perrine, R. M.

Citation: Perrine, R. M. (1998). Stress and college persistence as a function of attachment style. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11(1), 25-38.

 

Abstract

The author explored college students' perceived stress and persistence in a college as a function of attachment style. Results showed students with secure attachment reported significantly less perceived stress and were less likely to quit college than students with insecure attachment.

 

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