A FRENCH-CANADIAN VERSION OF THE AUTONOMY-CONTROL SCALE FOR USE WITH ADOLESCENTS
One-hundred-and -ten French-Canadian adolescents (60 boys, 50 girls) participated in an analysis of the French version of the Autonomy-Control Scale. Correlations with selected personality variables were obtained. Associations were found between parental control and measures of self-esteem, multi-dimensional locus of control, anomie, life stress, and depression. The scale's correlational characteristics were in line with findings reported in the literature.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1991-01-01
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