Ecem AKINCI
(Marmara Eğitim Kurumları, Kocaeli, Türkiye)
Oya MORTAN SEVİ
(Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi, İktisadi, İdari ve Sosyal Bilimler Fakültesi, Psikoloji Bölümü, İstanbul, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2020Cilt: 23Sayı: 1ISSN: 1302-0099 / 2146-7153Sayfa Aralığı: 7 - 22İngilizce

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The effect of psycho-education about maternal attitudes on childhood obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms compulsive disorder symptoms
investigate relationship between maternal attitudes andsubclinical childhood Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD) in Turkish sample. Study also investigates theeffectiveness of 8-sessions psycho-education programabout maternal attitudes. Method: Sample consisted of97 mother-child pairs and children's age ranged between8 to 10. Parental Attitudes Research Instrument (PARI),Leyton Obsessional Inventory Child Version (LOI-CV),State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (STAI-CH) andChildren’s Depression Inventory (CDI) were used asassessment tools. After initial assessments, fifteen mothersrandomly assigned either to group psycho-educationcondition (n=8) or waiting-list control condition(n=7). Results: Marital conflict was positively correlatedwith total interference score in LOI-CV, total score in LOICVand A-Trait anxiety symptoms (r=.23, r=.24 and r=.24, respectively). Authoritarianism positively correlatedwith A-Trait anxiety symptoms (r=.25). Findings alsoindicated that there was a statistically significant differencein total scores of negative attitudes (Z=-2.201,p=.028), and posttest scores of these variables showedsignificant decrease after psycho-education program.There were statistically significant change in interfere(Z=-2.371, p=.018) and total (Z=-2.366, p=.018) scoreof OCD symptoms after psycho-education program.Discussion: Marital conflict has a significant relationshipwith subclinical OCD symptoms. Marital conflict andauthoritarian attitude also have significant relationshipwith trait anxiety symptoms in children. Furthermore,psycho-education program was effective in reducingnegative maternal attitudes and children’s subclinicalOCD symptoms
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