Hubungan peer dan parent attachment dengan gangguan perilaku makan pada remaja SMA

Mustikasari, Maria Yuliana

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Objective: This study is aimed to determine the correlation between peer and parent attachment with disordered eating behaviors in high school adolescents. Methods: Its design was cross-sectional with samples and selected through purposive sampling technique.The Criteria of respondents were adolescent aged 15-17 years and experienced disodered eating behaviors. Disordered eating behaviors were identified using the The Eating Attitudes Test-26 (EAT-26), while attachments were measured by The Inventory of Peer and Parent Attachment (IPPA). Both of them are valid and reliable. This research has been declared escaped ethical review by Research Ethics Committee Faculty of Nursing University of Indonesia. Data was analyzed with pearson correlation test. Results: The results showed there were a correlation between peer attachment and disordered eating behaviors (p=0,000; r=0,459). Also, there were a correlation between parent attachment and disordered eating behaviors (p=0,020; r=0,288). Disscussion: Recommendation is schools can maximize efforts to build healthy lifestyles by conducting periodic counseling related to ideal body weight, good eating behavior, and balanced nutrition.

Keywords: adolescent, disordered eating behaviors, parent attachment, parent attachment
Original languageIndonesian
JournalJurnal Persatuan Perawat Nasional Indonesia (JPPNI)
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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