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

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 effects of childhood traumas on dissociation levels. Based on the findings obtained in the study, it was found that the childhood traumas of the participants had a positive and significant relationship with dissociation and self-disgust. In line with the mediator role analysis findings, it was concluded that childhood traumas do not have a direct effect on dissociation and the effect is significant in the presence of self-disgust. Self-disgust can be considered as a triggering factor for individuals with a childhood traumatic history to have dissociative symptoms. It is thought that the results obtained can be supported by further research and the evaluation of self-disgust may be effective in the evaluation of the dissociation risk in individuals with a childhood traumatic history in clinical practice.

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The role of self disgust in the relationship between childhood trauma and dissociation
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Aydoğan, Ece Gül
Yazar Departmanı
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Yeditepe University Graduate School of Social Sciences
Yazar Departmanı
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Yeditepe University Graduate School of Social Sciences Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology
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2024
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Childhood traumas
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Dissociation
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Self-disgust
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Trauma
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Çocukluk travmaları
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Ayrışma
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Kendinden tiksinme
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eng
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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 effects of childhood traumas on dissociation levels. Based on the findings obtained in the study, it was found that the childhood traumas of the participants had a positive and significant relationship with dissociation and self-disgust. In line with the mediator role analysis findings, it was concluded that childhood traumas do not have a direct effect on dissociation and the effect is significant in the presence of self-disgust. Self-disgust can be considered as a triggering factor for individuals with a childhood traumatic history to have dissociative symptoms. It is thought that the results obtained can be supported by further research and the evaluation of self-disgust may be effective in the evaluation of the dissociation risk in individuals with a childhood traumatic history in clinical practice.
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2024-02-21
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Akça, Seray
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Yeditepe University Graduate School of Social Sciences
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Yeditepe University Graduate School of Social Sciences Clinical Psychology Department
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https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11831/8266
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