Determining effects of self – concept, early maladaptive schemas, perceived parenting styles on interpersonal relationships
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CitationÇolakoğlu, E. T., Bademci, Ö. H. ve Karadayı, E. F. (2016). Determining effects of self – concept, early maladaptive schemas, perceived parenting styles on interpersonal relationships. Maltepe Üniversitesi Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi. s. 117-150.
It has been aimed, to consider joint role factors on interpersonal relationships and to investigate (1) the role of the level of self-concept, early maladaptive schemas and the perceived parenting styles on determining the style of interpersonal relationships, and (2) possible predominance of interpersonal relationship styles in relation to gender. The subjects of the research consisted of 325 young adults with an age range of 25-40 years. Evaluation of self-concept, early maladaptive schemas, and perceived parenting styles were based on stepwise regression analyses of the data acquired through the Turkish version of Social Comparison Scale Young Schema Questionnaire-Short Form 3, Interpersonal Style Questionnaire and a personal information questionnaire filled in by the participants . The role of the self-concept, early maladaptive schemas and the perceived parenting styles were found to have determining effects on the style of interpersonal relationships, and also interpersonal relationship styles showed significant differences with respect to gender. Formalistic/moulding and/or exploiting/abusive styles of paternal parenting and conditioned/success focused and extremely allowing/limitless styles of maternal parenting have very significant determining influence on the style of individual interpersonal relationship forming. Especially impaired autonomy and enmeshment dimensions the former two schemas influence most interpersonal relationship styles.
SourceMaltepe Üniversitesi Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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