The role of perceived dangerousness in perception of mental disorders and other deviant behaviors A Multidimensional Scaling study

Korkmaz Karaoğlu, Leman
3rd European Conference on Mental Health


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In social interaction, faces convey plenty of information such as gender, age, attractiveness and expressions of emotions. Amongst these cues, attractiveness and facial expressions of emotions are considered more substantial, since processing and evaluation of such information rapidly has adaptive relevance in order to avoid or approach. One of the indicators of attractiveness, symmetry, is preferred by many species and it is known that symmetrical faces are rated as more attractive by humans. Moreover, fac...
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The Relations between parental attitudes, guilt, shame, and self-compassion and differentiation of guilt-prone and shame-prone individuals in terms of their responses and expectations: a mixed study
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The current study, comprised of two parts. The aim of the first part was to examine the relationships between maternal and paternal parental attitudes, guilt, shame, and -if any- their effects on self-compassion. 348 participants were included in the study. The paths between parental attitudes, guilt-shame, and self-compassion were analyzed through the employment of multiple mediation analyses. Both relationships of maternal and paternal acceptance/involvement with selfcompassion were mediated by guilt, and...
The relationship between perceived parental rejection and internalizing behaviors: moderating role of sensory processing sensitivity and gender
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Perceived parental rejection has been studied widely in contemporary literature and studies show its link to problematic outcomes during adolescence (e.g. Putnick et al., 2015). Nowadays, it is being discussed that sensory processing sensitivity (SPS), a term that has been receiving close attention, may be a more salient temperamental susceptibility marker than other temperamental traits (Slagt et al., 2018). The aim of the present research was to investigate the association between perceived maternal ...
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This study aimed to examine the quality of life (QOL) and well-being of haemodialysis patients and the relationship of two components of perceived expressed emotion (criticism/hostility and emotional over-involvement) and other psychosocial resources within the Conservation of Resources Model. Demographic variables and haemodialysis related information of patients, classified as resources, were also included in the study. One hundred and six haemodialysis patients voluntarily participated in the study. Befo...
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O. C. ÇIRAKOĞLU, L. Korkmaz Karaoğlu, P. ÖZTOP, and Z. YENİÇERİ, “The role of perceived dangerousness in perception of mental disorders and other deviant behaviors A Multidimensional Scaling study,” presented at the 3rd European Conference on Mental Health, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: