社会的文脈における自尊感情の変動因に関する研究 : 状態・特性自尊感情の連関メカニズムの理解 <論文>社会的文脈における自尊感情の変動因に関する研究 : 状態・特性自尊感情の連関メカニズムの理解 <論文>AA11616129 Understanding the link between state and trait aspects of self-esteem in a social context <Article>
As people experience various events in everyday life, their assessment of emotion and of self-changes. In recent years, research has increasingly focused on individual fluctuation of short-term emotions as a means of explaining changes in self-esteem. In this study, an association between trait self-esteem (TSE), i.e., self-esteem as a characteristic, and state self-esteem (SSE), the type of self-esteem that is alterable by daily events were examined. Every day for one week, 61 students (23 male) from three universities were surveyed. Data were analyzed by hierarchical linear and nonlinear modeling, and revealed a positive association between SSE and TSE that suggests TSE is a general evaluation and SSE varies according to specific experiences. Individual differences were also observed such that the SSE and TSE relationship was affected by interpersonal dislocation: those who had experienced interpersonal dislocation, compared with those who had not, demonstrated a temporary intensification of both types of self-esteem.