2019 年 45 巻 1 号 p. 58-67
The purpose of this research was to examine the influence of internal working model on subjective well-being and interdependent happiness and the interactions between internal working models (consisted in secure, ambivalent, and avoidance). Two hundred ten undergraduates completed measures of Internal Working Model Scale (secure, ambivalent, and avoidance subscales), Subjective Well-Being Scale and Interdependent Happiness Scale. The results of hierarchical multiple regression indicated the interactions of secure, ambivalent and avoidance on subjective well-being. Furthermore, it indicated that interaction of ambivalent and avoidance on interdependent happiness. The result indicated that was shown that balance of each pattern of internal working model (secure, ambivalent and avoidance) affect to happiness. Results suggested the importance of examining the influence of interaction between secure, ambivalent, and avoidance on psychological health.