Breakup adjustment in young adulthood



Breakup Adjustment in Young Adulthood
Barutçu Yıldırım, Kadriye Funda; Demir, Ayhan Gürbüz (2015-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to assess the ability of young adults to adjust to the breakup of a romantic relationship by examining the possible predictors. The sample comprised 140 women and 143 men. Simultaneous regression analysis indicated that initiator status, existence of a new partner, certainty of the reasons for the breakup, and perceived social support were significant predictors and accounted for 18% of the variance in the measure of adjustment to breakup.
Romantic relationship satisfaction in emerging adulthood
Barutçu Yıldırım, Kadriye Funda; Sancak-Aydın, Gökçe (2021-10-01)
The aim of the study was to explore the extent to which the length, status and importance of current romantic relationship, the number of previous romantic relationship, as well as individual factors, such as levels of self-compassion, and anxiety about social appearance, are predictors of the romantic relationship satisfaction of young adults. The study included 284 university students but 34 of them were removed for several reasons and analysis was carried out with 250 participants (59.6% female, 40.4% ma...
Romantic relationship satisfaction in emerging adulthood : tje role of self concept clarity and personal agency
Çürükvelioğlu, Eda; Sümer, Zeynep; Department of Educational Sciences (2012)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of gender, age, duration of relationship, self concept clarity and personal agency in predicting romantic relationship satisfaction of emerging adults. Participants were consisted of 344 (70.3% female, 29.7% male) volunteered undergraduate students from one of the state universities in Central Anatolia. Age of the participants ranged from 18 to 25 with the mean of 20. 85 (SD = 1.65). The data was gathered using four instruments namely, Relationship Assess...
Terzi, Hilal; Öner Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2022-8-29)
This doctoral thesis aims to understand romantic break-ups in young adulthood by seeking answers to three research questions: What is romantic break-up? (RQ1), what are the factors affecting responses to dissatisfying situations? (RQ2), and what are the reasons for break-ups? (RQ3). Two studies, one quantitative study and one qualitative study (18 focus group sessions), were conducted to find answers to these three research questions. Qualitative data were collected from 131 participants. Participants were ...
Romantic jealousy in relation to psychopathological distress: Emotional and communicative aspects.
Serel Arslan, Selen; Gençöz, Tülin (2017-07-16)
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K. F. Barutçu Yıldırım and A. G. Demir, “Breakup adjustment in young adulthood,” 2012, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: