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  • 아동의 죄책감 및 수치심 이해에 대한 우울과 정서조망수용 능력의 상호작용 효과
  • The Interacting Effects of Children’s Depression and Emotion Perspective-Taking Ability in Children’s Understanding of Guilt and Shame
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2015년|19권 2호(통권61호)|pp.283-303 (21 pages)
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국문초록

본 연구에서는 아동의 도덕적 정서 이해에 대한 우울과 정서조망수용 능력 각각의 영향력과 상호작용 효과를 검증하였다. 만 5세 아동 114명이 본 연구에 참여하였으 며 내러티브 형식의 도덕적 정서 인터뷰 및 한글판으로 된 Child Depression Inventory와 Emotion Perspective-Taking Interview를 아동들에게 실시하였다. 연구 결과, 우울이 높을수록 수치심을 느낄 수 있는 일상적 상황에 대한 이해도가 낮은 것으로 나타났으며 정서조망수용 능력은 수치심 및 죄책감 이해 모두에 정적인 영 향을 미치는 것으로 나타났다. 또한 우울이 낮은 집단에서는 정서조망수용 능력이 높을수록 수치심을 잘 이해하였으나, 우울이 높은 집단에서는 정서조망수용 능력 과 수치심 이해와의 관계가 유의하지 않았다. 연구 결과는 우울의 내재적 성향과 인지적 편향, 정서조망수용 능력 및 도덕적 정서의 기능을 중심으로 논의되었다.

영문초록

This study investigated the influence of children’s depression and emotion perspective-taking ability on children’s understanding of moral emotions. The interacting effects between depression and emotion perspective-taking ability were also examined. The participants of this study were 114 five-year-old children. The children were interviewed with the moral emotion interview, Child Depression Inventory(CDI), and emotion perspective-taking interview. The results showed that depression was negatively correlated with understanding shame, but no significant relationship was found between depression and understanding guilt. Emotion perspective-taking ability was the most significant predictor for explaining both guilt and shame. In addition, the interacting effect of depression and emotion perspective-taking ability was also significant. Depression moderated the relationship between emotion perspective-taking ability and children’s understanding of shame. Emotion perspective-taking ability significantly predicted the understanding of shame only in children with a high level of depression. The function of moral emotion and shame and perspective-taking ability was discussed.

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I. 서 론
Ⅱ. 연구방법
Ⅲ. 결 과
Ⅳ. 논 의
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