Oğuz Mercan

Oğuz Mercan
Gazi University · Department of Educational Sciences

Master of Science

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The aim of the tihs study was to adapt the Career Resources QuestionnaireAdolescent Version into Turkish context and to examine the psychometric properties. The sample consisted of 917 adolescents (500 girls and 417 boys) studying in secondary and high schools. The confirmatory factor analysis results for the validity study of CRQ-A show that the s...
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Bu çalışma, psikolojik danışman adaylarının süpervizyon süreci deneyimlerinin nitel ve nicel yöntemlerle incelenmesini amaçlamaktadır. Araştırmanın katılımcılarını bir üniversitenin psikolojik danışmanlık ve rehberlik lisans programına devam eden, bireyle psikolojik danışma uygulaması dersini tamamlamış psikolojik danışman adayları oluşturmaktadır....
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The present study aimed at the mediator role of cognitive flexibility in the relationship between insomnia catastrophizing and dispositional hope. Two separate models were tested for the nighttime and daytime forms of insomnia catastrophizing. Insomnia catastrophizing nighttime form was included as independent variable in the first mediator model a...
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Insomnia catastrophizing has attracted attention in recent years. Individuals may have started to recognize the importance of evaluating the consequences of insomnia, which has worsened during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The present study aimed to test the validity and reliability of the Insomnia Catastrophizing Scale (ICS) in...
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The present study aimed to evaluate the validity and reliability of Turkish adaptation of the Mistake Rumination Scale (MRS) in university students. The study group consisted of 372 participants from different faculties, aged between 17 and 39 years and mainly female. We first translated Turkish of the MRS. Then, we analyzed the scale in terms of r...

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