Covid-19 Pandemisinde 48-72 Ay Çocukların Ebeveynleri ile İlişkileri ve Yılmazlık Özelliklerinin İncelenmesi
Özkan Yıldız, Feyza
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The aim of this study is to reveal the relationships between preschool childrens' resilience and parent-child relationship and temperament, attachment, and emotion regulation during the pandemic period. This research, which was carried out in a quantitative design, is descriptive research in the survey method. The study group consists of 330 children selected by convenient sampling from the province of Konya. Data were collected in the second half of the 2020-2021 academic year. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed to measure the direct and indirect relationships between the variables. According to the results obtained from the study, gender, warmth, and perseverance predicted the total resilience scores of children positively significant. Gender and perseverance temperament characteristics significantly predict children's self-regulation/social competence levels. Warmth and persistence temperament traits significantly predict children's ability to understand emotions, and gender and persistence temperament traits significantly predict empathy/responsibility levels. In the study, emotional regulation and attachment levels of children were statistically significant in predicting parent-child positive relationship levels. Persistence and emotion regulation skills predicted parent-child conflict scores negatively, while reactivity predicted temperament trait positively. The findings obtained from this research are discussed within the framework of the results obtained from the existing research in the literature.