Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2005

Publication Title

Guidance and Counselling

Volume

20

Issue

2

First Page

78

Last Page

88

Abstract

This study analyzed between- and within-group patterns of interdependent and independent self-construals in a sample of Asian Canadian, Asian International, and Caucasian Canadian undergraduate students. It examined various correlates of self-construals, including gender, socioeconomic status, English reading comprehension, length of stay in Canada, perceived interpersonal stress, collective coping, avoidance coping, and engagement coping. These correlates were used to predict interdependence and independence, using multiple regression analyses. The patterns of self-construals and their predictors were found to differentially predict

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This article was first published in Guidance and Counselling. (http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=20096206&site=ehost-live)

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