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Çocukluk Çağı Travmalarının Bireyin Bağlanma Stilleri ve Dini Yönelimine Etkisi
The aim of this study is to examine the effects of childhood traumatic experiences on the individual's attachment styles and religious orientation. The sample of the study consists of 360 people, 84.7% female and 15.3% male, less than and over of 18 age, randomly selected, living in the country from March-April 2021. In the data collection stage of the research, the "Childhood Trauma Scale" was adapted to Turkish by Prof. Dr. Vedat Şar, Psd. Dr.Erdinç Öztürk and Psd.Dr. Eda İkizkardeş, "The Three-Dimensional Attachment Styles Scale" developed by Bowlby et al. and "Religious Orientation Scale" developed by Allport & Kayıklık and the sociodemographic form created by the researcher have been used. Pearson chi-square test was used for comparisons of discrete variables in the analysis of the data. Conformity of continuous variables to normal distribution was evaluated by the Kolmogorov Smirnov test. Intergroup comparisons about continuous variables were performed by the Mann Whitney U test and Kruskal Wallis test based on the distribution characteristics of the measurements and the number of groups. When a statistically significant difference was found between the groups in the comparisons made with the Kruskal Wallis test, the posthoc Bonferroni corrected Mann Whitney U test was used to determine which groups the difference originated from. The linear relationship between the measurements of the variables was evaluated with the Spearman correlation test and a p-value of <0.05 was accepted for statistical significance. Worship as a sub-dimension of religious orientation; women are statistically significantly higher than men, and in the emotional abuse sub-dimension score comparison, women were found to be statistically significantly higher than men. In all sub-dimension and total score childhood trauma comparisons, the scores of the anxious-ambivalent attachment group were found to be statistically significantly higher than the securely attached ones. In all sub-dimension and total score comparisons, the scores of those in the Religious Living Scale secure attachment group were found to be statistically significantly higher than those in the avoidant attachment style. In addition, 62.5% of the participants experienced trauma during their childhood, 87.8% established a secure attachment and 81.1% defined themselves as religious

Childhood Trauma Experiences, Attachment Styles, Religious Orientation.

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