The effect of family functioning and basic need satisfaction on decision-making styles of adolescents: a rural South African sample
Roman, Nicolette V.
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Families are complex and diverse, but essentially are the cornerstone of society. There is very limited research regarding the role family functioning and basic psychological needs play in the decision-making styles of adolescents. This is the first known study to be conducted with these variables within a rural community. This study therefore aims to examine the relationship between the variables under study.