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Aktif Spor Yapan Çocukların (8-17 Yaş) Kişilerarası İlişkilerde Sergiledikleri Bilişsel Çarpıtmaların Çeşitli Değişkenlere Göre İncelenmesi
This research in the interpersonal relationships of children (8 -17 years) engaged in active sports exhibitions examining the distortions in terms of several variables, it aims to reveal the reflection of sport. It is a descriptive study. The research sample was active in the province of Antalya 132 children who attend sports clubs constitute. Research for the group 'Hamamcı' and 'Büyüköztürk' developed by "Interpersonal Cognitive Distortions Scale" is used. The minimum point obtained from the scale 19, the maximum score is 95. In the study, the scores obtained from the scale in terms of personal characteristics in comparison percentage, T and F test was used. In this study, obtained from the scale total score 53.01 ± 9.79; complaints-avoidance subscale of 17.92 ± 5.13; unrealistic expectations of relationships 26.48 ± 6.44; mind reading ± 2.86 8.61. By sex and total scores obtained from the scale-avoidance symptoms; In terms of age groups and mind-reading unrealistic expectations in relationships; According to the sub-dimensions of mind-reading is interested in sports, a significant difference was found (p<0,05). Interested in team sports, parents who are university graduates, the economic situation is good, especially the boys 10 -11 age group; cognitive distortions in human relations partly been shown to exhibit.

cognitive distortions, children, sport

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