大学内の友人関係における親密さと共有様式との関係  [in Japanese] Relationship between Intimacy and Styles of Sharing Among University Friends  [in Japanese]

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Author(s)

    • 池田 幸恭 IKEDA Yukitaka
    • 和洋女子大学人間・社会学系心理学・教育学研究室 Psychology and Education Group, Faculty of Humane and Social Sciences, Wayo Women's University
    • 高坂 康雅 KOSAKA Yasumasa
    • 和光大学現代人間学部心理教育学科 Department of Psychology and Education, Faculty of Human Studies, Wako University
    • 佐藤 有耕 SATOH Yuhkoh
    • 筑波大学大学院人間総合科学研究科 Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, Doctoral Program in Psychology, University of Tsukuba

Abstract

This study aimed to clarify undergraduate students' styles of sharing with close friends at their university. Participants were 972 undergraduate students who responded to a 75-item questionnaire relating to styles of sharing, satisfaction, and depth of relationship with university friends (acquaintances, good friends, or best friends). The results were as follows. (1) Six styles of sharing with friends were identified: sharing relationships, places, feelings, intentions, items, and sensitivity. (2) Scores for all six styles of sharing were higher in the order of best friends, good friends, and acquaintances. (3) Irrespective of level of intimacy, sharing in relationships increased satisfaction and depth of relations. On the other hand, sharing worries or negative feelings decreased satisfaction with all three types of friends, but stimulated deeper relations with both good and best friends. In addition, sharing items decreased satisfaction with good friends and depth of relations with best friends. Results show that close friendships among undergraduate students involving sharing relationships, places, feelings, intentions, and sensitivity was based on psychological bonds, and such sharing might decrease satisfaction but deepen relations with close friends.

Journal

  • The Japanese journal of adlescent psychology

    The Japanese journal of adlescent psychology 24(2), 111-124, 2013

    Japan Society of Youth and Adolescent Psychology

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009615822
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0915-3349
  • Data Source
    NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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