The purpose of this study was to identify the infuence of adolescent-perceived family adaptability on adolescent adjustment. The 443 subjects were selected randomly from the second grade of middle and high schools in the city of Taegu. The instruments of measurement were FACESIII, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory. Depression Scale, and Self-Esteem Scale. Factor analysis, Cronbach's α, MANOVA, and Scheff'e test were conducted for the data analysis. The major findings of this study were as follows: There differences in adolescents' adjustment by their perception of family adaptability levels. Namely, adolescents who perceived family adaptability to be low level- i.e. rigid family- felt anxiety and depression more, and adolescents who perceived family adaptability to be higher lever- i.e very flexible family-had higher self-esteem than other levels of adaptability.
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