Sixty five honor students and sixty two problem students from high schools in a rural area and Seoul were studied for their personal history, parental status, family and school life, peer relationship, their respected and hatred persons, and their future occupations, were selected and labelled as honor and problem students by their school teachers according to 5 criteria selected by Min. The results were as follows； 1. Parents of a majority of problem students had more marital conflict than those of honor students； marital skew and, marital schism were significantly more in the parents of problem student； they were usually authoritative, rejecting or anxious or domineering, whereas parents of a majority of honor students were of accepting attitude. 2. More honor students come from upper class compared to problem students, whereas more problem students come from low class compared tohonor students. 3. The problem students with stronger inclination to dissatisfaction in family and school life tended to be more reality oriented seeking objects of respected and hatred among people around them, while the honor students could be gene ralized to be more nonreality oriented seeking objects of respected and hatredamong men in the past and or from other countries. Meanwhile, favorite future jobs chosen by honor students were teacher and politician, while that chosen most frequently by problem students, was artist. 4. The problem students showed a greater tendency of negative attitude to others： friends, parents, and teachers. Heterosexual relationship of the problem students was inclined to be more serious and. intimate while that of honor students was usually easy going and superficial. These phenomena of the problem students could be interpreted as signs of identity diffusion.
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