The Divided Self Revisited: Effects of Self-Concept Clarity and Self-Concept Differentiation on Psychological Adjustment

This article presents two studies that tested the ability of self-concept differentiation and self-concept clarity to predict levels of psychological adjustment

Monica Bigler; Greg J. Neimeyer; Elliott Brown

2003

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  • This article presents two studies that tested the ability of self-concept differentiation and self-concept clarity to predict levels of psychological adjustment
  • After controlling for SCD, the addition of SCC resulted in a 9% to 33% increase in the explained variance using hierarchical multiple regression
  • Mediating Effects of Self-Concept Clarity and Moderating Effects of Social Support in the relationship between Parents' Emotional Abuse and AggressionOnline publication date: Go to citation Crossref Google Scholar

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