Relationship between Attachment Styles and Risk Behavior (Smoking and Bullying) among Secondary School Students: An Experience from Hulu Langat, Malaysia
2. Mohammadzadeh M, Awang H, Tajik E (2017). Life skills needs assessment among Iranian immigrant students in Malaysia. Iran J Public Health,46(1):43-145.
3. Mohammadzadeh M, Awang H, Ismail S, Kadir Shahar H (2017). Life Skills Education for Malaysian Institutionalised Adolescents: Knowledge, Needs and Priorities: A Qualitative Pilot Study. Iran J Public Health,46(12):1739-41.
4. Rawatlal N, Kliewer W, Pillay BJ (2015). Adolescent attachment, family functioning and depressive symptoms. S Afr J Psychol, 21(3):80-5.
5. Schimmenti A, Bifulco A (2015). Linking lack of care in childhood to anxiety disorders in emerging adulthood: the role of attachment styles. Child Adolesc Ment Health, 20(1):41-8.
6. Ebrahimnezhad MF, Ghasemzadeh A, Borjali A, Sohrabi F, Soleimani M (2012). Effect of secure attachment style based on mother-adolescent training on reducing depression in female adolescents. Procedia Soc Behav Sci, 46:1365-70.
7. Armsden GC, Greenberg MT (1987). The inventory of parent and peer attachment: Individual differences and their relationship to psychological well-being in adolescence. J Youth Adolesc, 16(5):427-54.
8. Ang JK, Phang CK, Mukhtar F, (2017). Association between perceived parental style and depressive symptoms among adolescents in Hulu Langat District, Malaysia. Int J Adolesc Med Health, doi: 10.1515/ijamh-2016-0130.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.