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Investigation of Childhood Trauma in Married Individuals

Purpose: The aim of this research is to investigate the relationship between childhood traumatic life events and marital adjustment and to investigate whether the effects of childhood traumatic life events are on marital adjustment and quality of life. Method: This research is correlational survey research model. In 2017-2018 September-April 165 married individuals were randomly selected from 97 women and 68 men. Participants participated in the research, voluntarily on the merits, if they were informed about the work and accepted. The statistical analysis of the data obtained in the study was done using the Statistical Package for Social Societies (SPSS 22.0 program, in order to collect the data, Informed Volunteer Form, Sociodemographic Data Form, Childhood Mental Trauma, Marital Adjustment Scale. Descriptive statistical methods (number, percentage, mean, standard deviation) were used in the evaluation of the data.In the comparison of the qualitative data, ANOVA test and Pearson Moments Multiplication Correlation Coefficient Analysis were used for the difference between the two groups in the t-test and in the case of the two-group case.Results:Participants' Marital Adjustment and Childhood Trauma Scale and Sub-Dimension Scales of the Scales were not related to marital adjustment, marital adjustment and child trauma scale and subscale scores of the scale the group mean was found to be statistically significant. According to this, there is more trauma in the non-child family. Emotional neglect is more in the family of the child. On the other hand, trainees scores of the participants with the highest scores of compliance scores of the high school graduates were the highest in the Education Scale of Compliance Scale for Attendees and Trauma Scale scores. Trauma scale scores of the primary school graduates were the highest. The scores of the parents with the worst economic level were highest, the highest. It can be said that marital adjustment decreased as the scores of participants' childhood trauma scale increased. Taking the coefficient of determination into account, it can be said that 12% of the total variance (variability) in marriage adjustment is due to childhood trauma. Conclusion: According to the results of the survey, it was found that married couples had a moderate, positive and meaningful relationship between marital agreements and relationship style scale scores.

Trauma, Marriage, Childhood Trauma, Adjustment


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