Doğru, Naime

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Eğitim Bilimleri Fakültesi, Rehberlik ve Psikolojik Danışmanlık Bölümü
Eğitim Bilimleri Fakültemiz, kuram ve uygulamaların öğretildiği bir yer olmanın ötesinde, fikirlerin yeşerdiği, yeteneklerin geliştiği ve ömür boyu süren arkadaşlıkların kurulduğu dinamik ve çeşitlilik gösteren bir topluluktur.

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    Predictive role of irrational beliefs and self-efficacy in romantic relationship on perceived relationship quality
    (İbn Haldun Üniversitesi, Lisansüstü Eğitim Enstitüsü, 2023) Aydın, Meryem Beyza; Doğru, Naime; Doğru, Naime
    It aims to examine irrational beliefs and self-efficacy in romantic relationships among university students. The participants of the study consisted of 361 university students from various private and public universities, mainly from Istanbul Medeniyet University and Istanbul Medipol University. In the study, Perceived Relationship Quality Questionnaire, Irrational Beliefs in Romantic Relationship Questionnaire, Self-Efficacy in Romantic Relationship Questionnaire, and Socio-Demographic Information Form were used to collect the data from university students. In order to examine the predictive power of irrational beliefs and self-efficacy in romantic relationships and their subdimensions in predicting perceived relationship quality in university students, correlation analyses were conducted, followed by multiple linear regression analysis in SPSS version 23.0. Moreover, independent sample t-test analysis and ANOVA tests were conducted to determine the perceived relationship quality, irrational beliefs, and self-efficacy in romantic relationships; both total scores and subdimensions scores of university students differed significantly in terms of gender and relationship durations. The findings gained from the analyses revealed that perceived relationship quality was significantly predicted by irrational beliefs and selfefficacy. Irrational beliefs and self-efficacy in romantic relationships explained 18% of the variance of perceived relationship quality. Also, “use of social time” in subdimensions of irrational beliefs and negative self-efficacy and positive self-efficacy were significant predictors of perceived relationship quality. Moreover, it was found there is no significant difference in perceived relationship quality between male and female participants.