Kanser Sürecinde Bireylerin Üstbilişlerinin Psikolojik Sağlamlık ve Bilinçli Farkındalık ile İlişkisi
Çetik, Fatma Nur
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ÇETİK F, Investigation of the Relationship of Metacognitions with Psychological Resilience and Mindfulness of Individuals in Cancer Process, Hacettepe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Psychiatric Nursing Master Programme, MSc Thesis, Ankara, 2023. This research was conducted using the correlation seeking research design to investigate the relationship between metacognitions, psychological resilience and mindfulness of individuals in the cancer process. The research was concluded with 164 volunteer individuals with cancer who are members of the Kansersiz Yaşam Derneği or who are undergoing active cancer treatment in Abdurrahman Yurtaslan Oncology Hospital. Data were collected through an online survey using Googleforms between the 2nd of July 2021 and the 1st of May 2022. The descriptive data form, Metacognition- 30 Scale, Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale, and Mindfulness Scale were used as data collection tools. For data analysis, frequency tests, pearson correlation and simple linear regression analysis were used. Based on the research results, there was no statistically significant relationship between metacognition scale scores and resilience scale scores (r=-0.093; p=0,235). On the other hand, significant ranges were determined between the performance and sub-dimensions of metacognitions and the psychological resilience performance sub-dimensions (p<0.05). There are significant, moderate and negative relationships between the participants' Metacognition Scale scores and the Mindfulness Scale total scores (r=-0.314; p<0.001). These results may suggest that interventions aimed at increasing functional metacognitions at home should be included in interventions aimed at supporting functional metacognitions in care, in order to maintain sustainability in this process of experiencing the cancer process, and that psychological resilience, which has a relationship with its sub-dimensions and metacognitions, should be included in the planning, although there is no direct relationship between this filling and metacognitions. In addition, qualitative and quantitative studies need to be conducted to evaluate in more detail the relationship between individuals' metacognition, psychological resilience, and mindfulness during the cancer process.