HUMANISTINIO DVASINGUMO RYŠYS SU AUKLĖJIMO ŠEIMOJE PATIRTIMIS

Simona Kontrimienė

Abstract


The current study (N = 514) explores the relationship between humanistic spirituality as it is conceptualised in the proposed Humanistic Spirituality Model and parenting experiences defined herein as authoritative, authoritarian and permissive parenting styles, parental behavioural and psychological control as well as secure and insecure parental and adult attachment styles. The study has found that of the three parenting styles, only the authoritative style is a significant positive predictor of spirituality, though secure attachment in adulthood and the two demographic variables, age and female gender, serve as even more salient predictors. Both parents’ behavioural and psychological control forms do not predict humanistic spirituality, whereas secure attachment to the mother furthers spirituality indirectly as it is a significant predictor of one of the most important determinants of spirituality, secure attachment in adulthood.

KEY WORDS: Humanistic spirituality, self-actualisation, transcendence, meaning in life, parenting styles, psychological control, behavioural control, attachment styles.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15181/tbb.v82i1.1958


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