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Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2022, Vol. 18(2) 136-153

The Relationship Between Resilience Degree and Perceived Parental Relationship, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Personality Traits in the Emerging Adulthood

Lerzan Yılmaz & Özlem Tolan

pp. 136 - 153   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijpe.2022.431.9   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2112-27-0002

Published online: April 01, 2022  |   Number of Views: 37  |  Number of Download: 111


Abstract

This study examines the relationships between resilience level and perceived parental relationship, cognitive emotion regulation, and personality traits in emerging adulthood. The sample of the research consists of undergraduate students whose age range is 18-25. The study was conducted with 609 people, 317 (52%) female and 292 (48%) male students. Resilience Scale (RS), The Barrett-Lennard Relationship Inventory (BLRI), Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ), Big Five Inventory (BFI) and Demographic Information Form were applied to the participants. One-way ANOVA analysis, Pearson's Correlation Coefficient Analysis and Hierarchical Linear Regression analysis were used to analyse the data. In the study, resilience mean scores of female students were found to be higher than male students. A positive relationship was found between the resilience scores of university students and their perceived parental relationship scores. A significant negative relationship was found with self-blame, which is the sub-dimension of cognitive emotion regulation. A positive and significant relationship was found with the other sub-dimensions of cognitive emotion regulation, respectively; acceptance, rumination, positive refocusing, re-focus on the plan, positive reappraisal, putting into perspective, other-blame and catastrophising. At the same time, a significant positive correlation was found between resilience scores and personality traits dimensions. According to the hierarchical regression analysis findings, it was concluded that perceived parental relationship, especially perceived father relationship, the catastrophising sub-dimension of cognitive emotion regulation, and personality traits predicted resilience. The study findings were discussed according to the relevant field, and recommendations were presented.

Keywords: Resilience, Perceived Parental Relationship, Cognitive Emotion Regulation, Personality


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APA 6th edition
Yilmaz, L. & Tolan, O. (2022). The Relationship Between Resilience Degree and Perceived Parental Relationship, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Personality Traits in the Emerging Adulthood . International Journal of Progressive Education, 18(2), 136-153. doi: 10.29329/ijpe.2022.431.9

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Yilmaz, L. and Tolan, O. (2022). The Relationship Between Resilience Degree and Perceived Parental Relationship, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Personality Traits in the Emerging Adulthood . International Journal of Progressive Education, 18(2), pp. 136-153.

Chicago 16th edition
Yilmaz, Lerzan and Ozlem Tolan (2022). "The Relationship Between Resilience Degree and Perceived Parental Relationship, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Personality Traits in the Emerging Adulthood ". International Journal of Progressive Education 18 (2):136-153. doi:10.29329/ijpe.2022.431.9.

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