Madde Kullanım Bozukluğu Görülen Şizofrenili Bireylerde Davranış ve Becerilerin Duyusal İşlemleme Süreçleriyle İlişkisinin İncelenmesi
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Zengin G., Investigation Relationship Between Behavior and Skills and Sensory Processing Processes of Schizophrenia with Substance Use Disorder, Hacettepe University Graduate School of Health Sciences Occupational Therapy Programme Master Thesis , Ankara, 2020. This study was planned to investigate relationship between behavior and skills and sensory processing processes of individuals with schizophrenia with substance use disorder (SUD). 62 individuals with schizophrenia with SUD; 57 individuals with schizophrenia who didn’t have SUD between 25-45 years were participated. Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability (VdT MoCA) Semi Structured Interview Form was used to assess behavior and skills, Adolescent/ Adult Sensory Profile (AYDP) was used to assess sensory processing processes, Positive and Negative Symptom Scale (PNSS) was used to assess symptoms of schizophrenia of participations. The difference between the behavior and skills of individuals with schizophrenia seen and not seen with SUD and sensory processing processes was analyzed with Mann Whitney U Test. Behavioral and skills were found of schizophrenia with SUD statistically worse than schizophrenia without SUD; sensory processing processes were found to be statistically better (p<0,05). Spearman Correlation Test was used to investigate the relationship between behavior and skills and sensory processing processes of individuals with schizophrenia with SUD. Behavior and skills and sensory processing processes were found to be statistically related of individuals with schizophrenia with SUD (p<0,05). According to the results of this study, the problems occurring in the sensory processing processes of individuals with schizophrenia with SUD, affect their behavior and skills. In occupational therapy intervention programs to be prepared for individuals with schizophrenia who have SUD in the future, the behavior and skill levels of the individuals and their sensory processing processes should be considered.