The purpose of this study was to investigate the influences of children's perception of maternal acceptance-rejection and self-evaluation on learned helplessness. The Subjects were 371 fifth and sixth grade children. The helplessness scale, PAQ, PARQ were used. The data was analyzed by factor analysis, MANOVA, ANOVA and path analysis which was made through multiple regression analysis. The results were as follows: 1. The children's perceived maternal acceptance was significantly different depending on their parent's education level. In children's perceived parental rejection, there were gender differences. 2. In the children's self-evaluation, there were an interaction effect determined by the child's sex and the mother's education level, and a main effect of mother's education level. 3. Children's learned helplessness was significantly different depending on their mother's education level. 4. Children's perceived maternal acceptance(β=-0.36, p<.01) and rejection (β=0.17, p<.01) had a direct impact on their self-evaluation. Their self-evaluation(β=0.54, p<.01) and perceived maternal rejection(β=0.16, p<.01) had a direct impact on learned helplessness, but perceived maternal acceptance didn't have a direct impact on learned helplessness.
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