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Implanting false autobiographical memories and the effect of mood on false autobiographical memory creation

Köksal Yasak, Kevser

Although human memory appears to be highly reliable, memory distortions are inevitable, influenced by external factors or the passage of time. Researchers have extensively studied these memory distortions, commonly known as false memory. The present study has two main objectives. Firstly, it aims to replicate a new method for implanting false autobiographical memories. Secondly, it seeks to explore the impact of mood on the false autobiographical belief and memory implantation. For the replication phase, the participants were divided into Single and Repeated groups. Participants were presented ...Daha fazlası

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Online psychotherapy setting and its reflections on Therapeutic relationship during Covid-19 pandemic

Özkan Ordulu, Nazlıcan

The purpose of this study was to explore how psychotherapy setting is affected by the mandatory conversion from face-to-face psychotherapy setting to online platforms due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, mainly with respect to the relationship between subjective perceptions and/or experiences regarding COVID-19 and therapeutic alliance for both psychotherapists and patients. A sample of 94 Turkish participants which consisted of 62 psychotherapy patients and 32 mental health professionals filled out the questionnaire whilst semi-structured interviews were done with nine psychotherapists and ...Daha fazlası

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An exploratory study of a Turkish sample of persons with hoarding behavior

Ekiz, Saliha Ceren

Hoarding research in Turkey is still in an early stage, where both quantitative and qualitative research is needed to understand hoarding in the Turkish context. This is an exploratory qualitative study of a Turkish sample of individuals who exhibit compulsive hoarding behavior. The study consists of two phases. Firstly, an online hoarding screening survey (N=357) was conducted using three diagnostic tools (i.e., Saving Inventory-Revised, Hoarding Rating Scale, and Clutter Image Rating). Secondly, the participants (n=13) who met the criteria for hoarding disorder were invited to an online inte ...Daha fazlası

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The role of parental bonding and social support in mentalization processes during emerging adulthood

Yıldırım, Ebrar

Mentalization is a competence of understanding ourselves and others that develops first in the family and later social environment. In the literature, it is stated that the relationship with parents and its association with attachment styles wield substantial influence in the development of mentalization. The importance of mentalization capacity in people's social lives, both in receiving and giving social support, has been emphasized. Furthermore, it has been noted that mentalization becomes more prominent with emerging adulthood which includes the process of individuation, and that parental ...Daha fazlası

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The relationship between machiavelism, grandiose and vulnerable narcissism, and loneliness among white collar workers

Çataklı, Ayşenur

Considering the several negative effects of loneliness as an undesirable and hurtful emotion, it is important to discover how it occurs. Although Machiavellianism and narcissism are associated with loneliness, the number of studies that have investigated their relationship is relatively limited. This study, therefore, aims to investigate the relationship between Machiavelism, narcissism, and loneliness among white-collar workers. In addition, it is also aimed to examine whether the level of Machiavellianism, narcissism, and loneliness are related to sociodemographic characteristics of the part ...Daha fazlası

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The relationship between rejection sensitivity and somatization: The mediator role of interpersonal difficulties

Mercan, Zühra

The aim of the current study was to examine the predictive role of somatization and investigate the role of interpersonal difficulties in the relationship between rejection sensitivity and somatization on a group of university students. Participants (298) over the age of 18 were included in the study. Participants completed instruments including Social Demographic form, Rejection Sensitivity Questionnaire, Interpersonal Problems Inventory- Circumplex, Bradford Somatic Inventory (BSI). Results indicated that interpersonal difficulties were positively correlated with rejection sensitivity and so ...Daha fazlası

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The adaptation study of the brief form of the affective Neuroscience personality scales (BANPS) to Turkish

Uçar, Nehir

The aim of this study is to adapt Brief Form of Affective Neuroscience Scales (BANPS) into Turkish culture and examine its reliability and validity. BANPS was originally developed by Barrett and colleagues (2013) to shorten and improve the psychometric properties of ANPS (Davis et al., 2003). The BANPS consisted of 33 items and six scales which aim to assess personality traits on the basis of six affective systems (SEEK, PLAY, CARE, FEAR, ANGER, SADNESS). The reliability and validity analyses of Turkish BANPS were conducted with three groups of participants, including all participants (N= 873) ...Daha fazlası

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The relationship between separation individuation process and Orthorexia Nervosa: The mediator role of vulnerable Narcissism

Küçük, Ceren

In this study, it was aimed to examine the mediating role of vulnerable narcissism in the relationship between separation-individuation process and orthorexia nervosa. 238 participants ages between 18 and 49 participated in the study. “Sociodemographic Information Form”, “Separation-Individuation Form”, “Orto-11” and “Pathological Narcissism Inventory were used on participants. In the analysis, the first Pearson Correlation was applied to examine the relationship between separation-individuation, orthorexia nervosa and vulnerable narcissism. After the correlation analysis, the mediation was co ...Daha fazlası

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Attitudes towards emotional abuse in romantic relationships from a gender perspective

Sunay, Uhde Serenay

Emotional abuse is one of the most challenging forms of violence to define, and many individuals often unknowingly experience emotional abuse. Existing literature has found that individuals who have experienced psychological abuse tend to suffer from depression, low self-esteem, a decreased sense of autonomy, fear, and an increased risk of suicide. Studies on emotional abuse between partners in romantic relationships are limited. In this study, the attitudes of Turkish university students and individuals with university degrees or above towards emotional abuse were investigated. Gender differe ...Daha fazlası

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Functions of autobiographical remembering and Its relation to affective Neuroscience personality traits in healthy and pathological aging

Mutafoğlu Sarıbay, Merve

Autobiographical memory (ABM) refers to our personal past experiences. How we remember these experiences has been widely studied for decades, whereas why we remember those memories (i.e., functions of ABM) has gained attention only recently. However, functions of autobiographical remembering in people with dementia has been completely unexplored. This study aims to investigate ABM functions in patients with episodic memory deficits (i.e., patients with amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment and early-stage Alzheimer’s Dementia) as well as cognitively healthy individuals, besides the relationship b ...Daha fazlası

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The role of self disgust in the relationship between childhood trauma and dissociation

Aydoğan, Ece Gül

In this study, it was aimed to examine the mediating role of self-disgust in the relationship between childhood traumas and dissociation in adults. 376 participants between the ages of 21-50 participated in the study. “Sociodemographic Information Form”, Childhood Mental Trauma Scale 33-item Form, Dissociation Scale and Self-Disgust Scale were used on the participants. In the study, Pearson Correlation was applied to examine the relationship between childhood traumas, dissociation, and self-disgust. Mediator role analysis was conducted to examine the mediating role of self-disgust in the effec ...Daha fazlası

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Alexithymia and personality aspects in patients with panic disorder and/or major depressive disorder and the relationship between these aspects and the childhood traumas of the patients

Gazioğlu, Melisa Burcu

The present study aims to understand the relationship between alexithymia and personality in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) and/or panic disorder (PD) in the context of childhood traumas. The total sample of the study consists of 161 people. The patient group consists of 103 people, 50 with MDD, and 53 with PD. The control group consists of 58 healthy people. The Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ), The Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20), The Eysenck Personality Questionnaire Revised-Abbreviated Form (EPQR-A), and the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) were given to a ...Daha fazlası

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