Attachment perspectives on classroom relationships: Helping ourselves through helping others?

Philip John Riley

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    Abstract

    Results: Multiple and logistic regressions assessed the choice of Teaching Type, Gender, Age and Experience, in relation to Attachment (Anxiety and Avoidance) and Anger. A number of significant associations were discovered. MANOVA found significant differences in attachment style by Principal Type and Age Group. Pre-service teachers? reported the highest levels of both Anxiety and Avoidance, Principals the lowest. For Anger at Students, secondary teachers reported higher frequencies. Only secondary teachers reported Anger at Staff. The combined results provide partial support for the hypotheses.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAARE 2012 Conference Proceedings & Program
    EditorsJan Wright
    Place of PublicationSydney New South Wales Australia
    PublisherAustralian Association for Research in Education
    Pages1 - 13
    Number of pages13
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    EventInternational Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education 2012 - University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
    Duration: 2 Dec 20126 Dec 2012

    Conference

    ConferenceInternational Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education 2012
    Abbreviated titleAARE 2012
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    CitySydney
    Period2/12/126/12/12
    OtherThe 2012 Annual Conference was a joint conference of AARE and APERA, incorporating a WERA Focal Meeting.

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