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Seon Ok Son 2 Articles
The Moderating Effect of Help-Seeking on the Relationship between Experience of School Violence and Internalizing Behaviors
Seon Ok Son, Hyunyong Park
STRESS. 2022;30(1):15-21.   Published online March 31, 2022
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This study aimed to examine the role of help-seeking in the relationships between the experience of school violence and internalizing behaviors.
Data of a total of 1,402 adolescents aged 13∼14 years from the Seoul Panel Study of Children were utilized in the study. Multiple regression was employed to examine the moderating effect of help-seeking behaviors.
Findings are as follows: First, the experience of school violence was associated with higher levels of internalizing problems, such as depression and withdrawn behavior. Second, help-seeking behaviors reduced the effect of school violence on internalizing problem behaviors such as depression and withdrawn behavior.
The findings highlight the need for education on help-seeking behaviors for adolescents and for building discussion networks to help adolescents ameliorate the negative impact of school violence.
The Effects of School-Related Stress on Early Adolescents’ Subjective Well-Being: Focusing on Gender and Age Differences
Seon Ok Son
STRESS. 2019;27(2):158-165.   Published online June 30, 2019
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among school-related stress, school trust, community participation and subjective well-being. And additional analysis was to examine how different they were between gender and age group structural relationships and mediating effects.


Data from “Korean Survey on the Rights of Youth and Children in 2015” was utilized for the analysis. The sample consisted of 6449 students in their 11~16 age. This study analyzed using Structural Equation Model and Multi-group analysis.


Major results are as follows. First, school-related stress decreased subjective well-being, school trust, use of community institution, Second, the age and gender difference were verified in most pathways. Importantly, the mediating effects of school trust were significant regardless of gender and age group.


This study confirmed the importance of school trust in reducing schol-related stress and improving subjective well-being of adolescents.


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    Euna Si, Gyungjoo Lee
    Journal of School Health.2022;[Epub]     CrossRef