The Relation Between The Interpersonal Relationships And Attachment Styles Of Teacher Trainees
AbstractThe aim of this research is to investigate whether the teacher traineesâ€™ attachment styles predict interpersonal relationships. Two hundres thirty students attending the Faculty of Education, Anadolu University during the Spring Semester of 2007-2008 participated this study. The data on the attachment styles were collected by â€œThe Relationship Scaleâ€ developed by Griffin and Bartholomew (1994) and adapted to Turkish by SÃ¼mer and GÃ¼ngÃ¶r (1999). The data on the interpersonal relationships were collected by means of â€œInterpersonal Relationship Scaleâ€ developed by Åžahin, Durak and Yasak (1994). The regression analysis. was applied to the data. According to the results, it can be stated that secure attachment style predicted nourishing interpersonal relationships, and dismissing attachment style predicted poisoning interpersonal relationships. The findings achieved in view of the study aim were discussed according to the previous studies and theory.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Anadolu University in its journal Anadolu University Journal of Social Sciences.
Volume (Year): 9 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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Interpersonal relationships; attachment; attachment styles; teacher trainees.;
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