Erken Dönem Uyumsuz Şemalar, Ebeveynlik Biçimleri ve Psikolojik Belirtiler İle Psikolojik DışlanmanınTehdit Ettiği İhtiyaçlar Arasındaki İlişkiler
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This study was designed to examine the relationship between early maladaptive schemas,parenting styles,psychological symptoms and the need threats.The sample of the study consisted of 133 students at Hacettepe University. Variables were assessed by YŞÖ-KF3,YEBÖ,SA-45, Need Threat Scale.Analyses revealed that perceived paternal Conditional Success-Oriented parenting style predicted the decrease in self esteem. The Pessimistic Anxious parenting style predicted the increase in self esteem. Extreme Permissive Unlimited and Pessimistic Anxious parenting styles predicted the increase in the need of control.Paternal Punitive parenting style predicted the decrease in perceived control.The increase in anxiety score predicted the increase in self esteem and phobic anxiety predicted the decrease in self esteem.The decrease in self esteem predicted by the increase in interpersonal sensitivity and there is no significant relationship between five schema domains and basic need threats.