Tutarlılık ve Psikolojik Esneklik Modellerinin Perseküsyon Hezeyanları ile İlişkisi

Araştırmanın amacı perseküsyon hezeyanlarına sahip kişilerin tutarlılık tutumlarını, bilişsel birleşme ve yaşantısal kaçınma seviyelerini ve bu değişkenlerin birbirleri ile ilişkilerini değerlendirmektir. Hezeyanlı hasta grubu, şizofreni veya başka psikotik bozukluk tanısı alan 82 hastadan oluşmaktadır. Kontrol grubu olarak benzer özellikler gösteren sağlıklı 86 kişinin verisi çalışmaya dahil edilmiştir. Her iki gruptaki katılımcılara Sosyodemografik Veri Formu, Tutarlılık Tercihi Ölçeği (TTÖ), Peters Hezeyan Envanteri (Peters Delusion Inventory-PDI, perseküsyon hezeyanı ile ilgili maddeleri), Bilişsel Birleşme Ölçeği (BBÖ), ve Eylem Formu-II (KEF-II)’den oluşan değerlendirme seti verilmiş, hezeyanlı hasta grubunda ek olarak Hezeyanlı hasta ve kontrol grubu arasında TTÖ, BBÖ ve AAQII puanları anlamlı olarak farklı bulunmuştur (p

Relationship of Models of Consistency and Psychological Flexibility with Persecutory Delusions

The goal of research is to assess the preference for consistency, cognitive fusion and experiential avoidance levels of persons with delusional persecution delusions, and the interrelationship of these items. The patient group consisted of 82 patients with delusions who were diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizophreniform, schizoaffective disorder, delusional disorder, and other unspecified psychotic disorders. For the control group, 86 people who showed similar characteristics were included in the study. Participants in both groups fill form for the Sociodemographic Data Form, Preference for Consistency Scale (PFC), Peters Delusion Inventory (PDI, only items for Persecutory Delusion), Cognitive Fusion Scale (CFQ), Acceptance and Action Questionnaire-II (AAQ-II) themselves. There was a significant difference between the patient group with delusions and the control group for the scores of PFC, AAQ-II and CFQ (p

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