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dc.contributor.authorBalsevičienė, Birutė-
dc.contributor.authorŠinkariova, Liuda-
dc.coverage.spatialLT-
dc.date.accessioned2018-10-06T14:52:42Z-
dc.date.available2018-10-06T14:52:42Z-
dc.date.issued2011-
dc.identifier.issn13922696-
dc.identifier.otherVDU02-000010408-
dc.identifier.urihttp://www.hi.lt/images/Sveikata_2(53)-maketas.pdf-
dc.description.abstractTyrimo tikslas – nustatyti suaugusiųjų prieraišumo sąsajas su emociniais sunkumais. Medžiaga ir metodai. Tyrime dalyvavo 273 tiriamieji, iš jų 181 (66,3 proc.) moteris ir 92 (33,7 proc.) vyrai. Tiriamųjų amžiaus ribos – nuo 19 iki 63 metų. Suaugusiųjų prieraišumo tipams nustatyti buvo naudojama Suaugusiųjų prieraišumo skalė (K. Brennan ir kt., 1998); depresiškumui analizuoti taikyta Zungo depresijos skalė (W. W. K. Zung ir kt., 1965); nerimastingumui tirti pasitelkta Būsenos-bruožo nerimo nustatymo metodikos nerimo kaip bruožo skalė (Ch. Spielberger ir kt., 1970). Rezultatai ir išvados. Tyrimu nustatyta, kad vyrų ir moterų prieraišumo tipų pasiskirstymas skiriasi – vyrų grupėje daugiausiai vengiančiojo prieraišumo tipo apklaustųjų, o moterų grupėje šio tipo tiriamųjų mažiausiai. Kuo daugiau tiriamajam būdingas nerimas ir / ar vengimas santykiuose, tuo daugiau nerimastingumo ir / ar depresiškumo jam yra būdinga. Saugiojo prieraišumo tipo respondentai, palyginti su kitais prieraišumo tipais, turi mažiausiai nerimastingumo ir depresiškumo. Vengiančiojo prieraišumo tipo apklaustųjų depresiškumo ir nerimastingumo išreikštumas nesiskiria. Neramiojo prieraišumo tipo tiriamųjų nerimastingumas yra labiau išreikštas nei depresiškumas. Baimingojo-vengiančiojo prieraišumo tipo respondentų depresiškumas ir nerimastingumas yra labiau išreikštas nei kitų prieraišumo tipųlt
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this study was to assess the associations of adult attachment and emotional problems. Material and methods. There were 273 participants in the study: 181 (66,3 per cent) women and 92 (33,7 per cent) men. The range of the age of participants was from 19 till 63 years old. Adult attachment style was assessed by The Experiences in Close Relationships scale (ECR) (Brennan et al., 1998); the depressiveness of participants was assessed by Zung depression inventory (Zung et al., 1965); anxiety as a trait was assessed by Trait Anxiety Inventory – Trait Form (Spielberger, 1970). Results and conclusions. The results of the study showed that distribution of adult attachment styles are different among men and women – among men the style of dismissing attachment was most common, among women – this style of attachment was the rarest. The more anxiety and / or avoidance in relationship the subjects had the more anxiety as a trait or / and depressiveness they had. The results of the study showed that safe attached subjects are least depressed and have the least anxiety as trait. The expression of depressiveness and anxiety as a trait of dismissing attached subjects was the same. Preoccupied attached subjects had more anxiety as a trait than depressiveness. Disorganized attached subjects had more depressiveness and more anxiety as trait than the other subjectsen
dc.description.sponsorshipKauno r. Garliavos vidurinė m-kla-
dc.description.sponsorshipPsichologijos katedra-
dc.description.sponsorshipVytauto Didžiojo universitetas-
dc.format.extentp. 111-123-
dc.language.isolt-
dc.relation.ispartofVisuomenės sveikata = Public health. Vilnius : Higienos institutas, 2011, nr. 2(53)-
dc.relation.isreferencedbyIndexCopernicus-
dc.subjectSuaugusiųjų prieraišumaslt
dc.subjectDepresiškumaslt
dc.subjectNerimastingumaslt
dc.subjectAdult attachmenten
dc.subjectDepressivenessen
dc.subjectAnxiety as a traiten
dc.subject.classificationStraipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)-
dc.subject.otherPsichologija / Psychology (S006)-
dc.titleSuaugusiųjų prieraišumo prie partnerio sąsajos su emociniais sunkumaislt
dc.title.alternativeThe associations of adult attachment and emotional problemsen
dc.typeresearch article-
dcterms.bibliographicCitation32-
dc.date.updated2014-07-17T14:56Z-
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