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Gender Differences in the Association between Circadian Preference and Attachment Style

Chronobiology in Medicine 2020년 2권 4호 p.166 ~ 169
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Abstract


Objective: The present study aims to explore gender differences in the association between circadian preference and attachment style in a community sample.

Methods: A total of 171 community-dwelling adults (98 males and 73 females, mean age=41.06±8.21 years) were recruited. The Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire (MEQ) was used to measure the circadian preferences, and attachment style was assessed by the Relationship Style Questionnaire (RSQ). The Center for Epidemiological Studies?Depression Scale (CES-D) was used to assess depressive symptoms. The association between circadian preference and attachment style was examined by gender.

Results: The MEQ significantly predicted dismissing attachment (β=-0.254, p=0.001) and fearful attachment (β=-0.177, p=0.016) after controlling for age, gender, and the CES-D score. The MEQ predicted dismissing attachment (β=-0.372, p=0.002) and fearful attachment (β=-0.237, p=0.040) in males, but not in females after controlling for age and CES-D score.

Conclusion: The current finding suggests an association between circadian preference and attachment style, which differed by gender.

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Circadian preferences; Morningness-eveningness; Attachment style; Gender

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