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The relationships between big five personality traits and subjective vitality
(Univ Murcia, 2017)
The current study examined the relationship between big five personality traits and subjective vitality. Participant were 307 university students [180 ((59%)) female, 127 ((41%)) male, M-age = 21.24 years, SD = 1.21] who ...
Adaptation of the fear of COVİD-19 scale: Its association with psychological distress and life satisfaction in Turkey
The world is currently experiencing a pandemic of an infectious disease called COVID19 which has drawn global intensive attention. While global attention is largely focusing on the effects of the coronavirus on physical ...
Adolescents' self-perception and school satisfaction: assessing the mediating role of subjective vitality
(Turkish Education Association, 2019)
The purpose of this study was to examine whether subjective vitality is a mediator between self-perception and school satisfaction among adolescents. Totally 351 (176 girls and 175 boys, mean age = 13.87 +/- 1.57) adolescents ...
Modeling emotion regulation and subjective happiness: smartphone addiction as a mediator
(Turkish Green Crescent Society, 2020)
This study aimed to investigate the mediational role of smartphone addiction in the relationship between emotion regulation and subjective happiness. Participants were 320 university student volunteers (167 women and 153 ...
External shame, loneliness, psychological distress, and well-being: insights from the Turkish adaptation of the Other as Shamer Scale-2
(Termedia Publishing House Ltd, 2020)
BACKGROUND In this paper, we examine the Other as Shamer Scale-2 (OAS-2), a unidimensional and brief scale to directly assess external shame. In three studies with three independent samples of a Turkish university, we ...
Fear of COVID-19, loneliness, smartphone addiction, and mental wellbeing among the Turkish general population: a serial mediation model
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2021)
The novel coronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has become a major health problem worldwide. The impact of COVID-19 has also been associated with psychological and social problems. The main objective of the present study ...