Moderating Effects of Attachment Styles on the Relationship of Intimacy Fear with Marital Satisfaction
Considering the importance of determinant and effecitve variables on marital satisfaction, this investigation was aimed to study the moderating role of attachment styles on the relationship of intimacy fear with marital satisfaction. The subjects (195 females and 103 males) were asked to amswer Adult Attachment Inventory (AAI), Fear of Intimacy Scale (FIS), and Glombok-Rust Inventory of Marital State Questionnaire (GRIMS). Analysis of the data using both descriptive and inferential statistics included means, standarddeviations, Pearson’s correlation coefficient, and multivariate regression analyses. The results showed that: 1) fear of intimacy had a significant negative correlation with marital satisfaction; 2) secure attahchment had a significant positive correlation with marital satisfaction and insecure attachment styles had significant negative correlations with marital satisfaction; 3) regression analysis indicated that secure and avoidant attachment styles had moderating roles on the relationship of fear of intimacy and marital satisfaction. It is concluded that the relationship between fear of intimacy and martial satisfaction is not a simple linear correlation. but it is influenced and moderated by attachment styles.
Counseling Research & Developments, Volume:11 Issue:43, 2013
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