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Abstract


INVESTİGATİON OF ATTACHMENT STYLES AS MENTAL HEALTH PREDİCTOR İN UNİVERSİTY STUDENTS
The purpose of this study was to examine the relation of university students' attachment styles with various psychological symptoms and to level of predicting mental disorders of attachment styles. The study, in which relational screening was used,consisted total 323 university students to be 227 girls (70.3%) and 96 males (29.7%) between the ages of 17-27 years (M=20.54, SD=1.36). Participants were applied Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) and Three Dimensional Attachment Styles Scale (TDASS). While the safe attachment style showed negative correlation with some psychological symptoms, the avoidant attachment style showed positively correlation with some psychological symptoms. Positive correlations were found between the anxious/ambivalent attachment style and all psychological symptoms. According to the results of the regression analysis, although it was determined that the anxious-ambivalent attachment style was the most important predictor variable for all psychological symptoms, the safe and avoidant attachment styles were predictive variables for some psychological symptoms. In addition, it was found that there was a difference between the groups in terms of variables such as the need for gender and whether psychological help get or not. When the obtained data were evaluated, it was seen that attachment styles could be evaluated as a risk factor for psychological symptoms.

Keywords
psychological symptoms, attachment styles, university students


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