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[2018, 12-2] Differences in Psychological and Social Adjustment of Children According to Types of Coparenting Through Analysis of Latent Profile
- chief of researchJihyeon Han
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- ISBNISSN 1976-6793
The purpose of this study was to identify profiles of coparenting using the 8th(2015) data of the Korea Child Panelthrough the latent profile analysis and to verify whether there is a difference in the psychological and social adjustment of children according to the classified types. The participants were 1,552 first grade children. The analysis variables were coparenting, children’s happiness, school adaptation, and problem behavior scales. The major results of this study were as follows. First, there was a difference in perceptions of parental coparenting. Mothers reported more integrity behaviors to their spouses than fathers. Second, using latent profile analysis, three coparenting profiles were identified: ‘integrity’, ‘moderate conflict’, and ‘high conflict’. Third, the integrated group showed higher subjective happiness and academic adaptation of children and less problematic behaviors than the other groups.
Key words: coparenting, latent profile analysis, psychological and social adaptation of children