Özge Yüksel

Özge Yüksel
Izmir University of Economics · Department of Psychology

Phd Candidate

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Introduction
Psychotherapy Process Research, Classification of Affective States (CAMS), Grief Studies, Pet Loss, Psychoanalytical Film Analysis

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This study examined the psychometric properties of the Turkish form of the Pet Bereavement Questionnaire (PBQ). Bereaved people (N = 688) completed the PBQ, Grief and Meaning Reconstruction Inventory, and Traumatic Grief Inventory. Although the factor structure is consistent with the original, the Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis indica...
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This study aimed to adapt the Traumatic Grief Inventory-Self Report (TGI-SR) to Turkish in a sample of 403 bereaved individuals. The results of the confirmatory factor analysis indicated a correlated two-factor structure for the 18-item version. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was .94 for the entire scale. Correlation analysis indicated that the T...
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Although the death of a loved one has traumatic effects on the course of life, many bereaved people can succeed to adapt their changing lives after the natural process of mourning. However, sometimes some bereaved people might continue to experience considerable mourning and suffer from "complicated grief" even after the long period of time[1] When...
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Background: When a loved person is lost, grief related feelings such as sadness, anxiety, pain and emptiness are inevitably experienced. In general, bereaved people can successfully deal with grieving process over time. However, especially when the loss is traumatic, it can be difficult to adapt to changing life and maintain mental health. In this...
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Background: Continuing bonds (CB) are defined as efforts to continue an emotional connection to the deceased. Although some research report that maintaining an ongoing connection with deceased loved one is comforting (see Klass, Silverman, & Nickman, 1996), some other research report that CB is associated with more severe bereavement-related sympto...
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Objective: The aim of this study were to investigate the mediator role of coping strategies and gender roles attitudes on the relationship between women’s marital adjustment and psychological symptoms. Methods: 248 married women participated in the study. Participants completed Marital Adjustment Scale, Ways of Coping Questionnaire, Brief Sympto...

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In this study, it is aimed to test the relationships between psychological flexibility (acceptance), attachment styles and mental health in grieving individuals after the loss of a loved one.
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Traumatic Grief Inventory-Self Report (TGI-SR) is a reliable and valid tool and consists of 18 self report items. TGI-SR was developed to assess symptoms of Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder (PCBD) which is a recently included in DSM-V. In this study it is aimed to adap TGI-SR in to Turkish culture.