Beliren Yetişkinlikte Aşk Stillerinin Demografik Değişkenler, Ana Babaya Bağlanma ve Kişilik Özellikleri Açısından İncelenmesi
The purpose of this study is to examine the love styles of emerging adults according to sex, amount of relationship, personality traits and parental attachment. In this study, love styles in Lee’s erotic, storgic, ludic, manic, pragmatic, and agapic love in the form of classification has been fundamental. Personality traits were examined in the context of the Big Five Model. In this model, the basic personality traits are not classified as extroversion, neuroticism, openness, responsibility and compatibility. The research was conducted in a relational screening model. 262 (45.5%) female, 314 (54.5%) male, 576 students participated in the study in which the purposive sampling technique was used. The average age of participants was 21.1 (SS= 1.53). Participants filled out the Personal Information Form, the mother and father forms of The Parent and Peer Attachment Scale, and the Adjective Based Personality Test. In the analysis of the data, t-test, correlation and regression analysis techniques were used. According to findings, love style scores are different according to sex. There are significant relationships between the love style scores and the number of relationships, the level of parental attachment, and the sub-dimensions of personality traits.
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