need adult attachme...
 
Notifications
Clear all

Hello and welcome to Psychology Roots Forums! We are thrilled to have joined us in this space dedicated to all things related to psychology. Participating in forums can be a great way to learn from others, share your own experiences and knowledge, and connect with like-minded individuals. You can engage in discussions on topics ranging from the latest research in psychology to practical tips for improving mental health.

We also invite you to take advantage of the resources available on our website, including articles, videos, and recommended readings. With so much information at your fingertips, Psychology Roots Forums is the perfect place to begin or deepen your exploration of psychology.

need adult attachment styles scale urdu version

6 Posts
2 Users
0 Likes
499 Views
(@rabia-saeed)
Active Member
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 3
Topic starter  

Urgently needed this scale kindly help i ve to meet a deadline thanx


   
Quote
(@aamir)
Member Admin
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 2352
 

Hi @Rabia-Saeed,

This scale was Translated by Kausar in 2014. The full reference of the Urdu version is 

  • Kausar, S. (2014). Attachment patterns, maladaptive schemas, and psychosocial dysfunctions among female adolescents with conversion disorder (Unpublished master's thesis). Centre for Clinical Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.

Because this is copyright content and needs permission for use, and is currently not anyone shared with us, so we are really sorry to inform you that you need to contact the department of psychology, at the University of Punjab for this scale.


   
ReplyQuote
(@aamir)
Member Admin
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 2352
 

This scale is also translated into the GC University Lahore. Here is the complete reference

  • Wahida Anjum and  Iffat Batool (Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan)

 


   
ReplyQuote
(@rabia-saeed)
Active Member
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 3
Topic starter  

@aamir thankyou is it by Dr Rukhsana Kausar?


   
ReplyQuote
(@aamir)
Member Admin
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 2352
 

@rabia-saeed 

Here is available details:

Attachment Patterns, Maladaptive Schemas and Psychosocial Dysfunctions among Female
Adolescents with Conversion Disorder
Sumaira Kausar (MS: Session 2011-2013)
Supervisor: Aisha Sitwat, PhD

 

Complete Abstract:

Attachment Patterns, Maladaptive Schemas and Psychosocial Dysfunctions among Female Adolescents with Conversion Disorder

Sumaira Kausar (MS: Session 2011-2013)
Supervisor: Aisha Sitwat, PhD

The objective of the present study was to investigate the relationship among attachment
patterns, maladaptive schemas and psychosocial dysfunctions among female adolescents with
conversion disorder. It was hypothesized that attachment patterns will predict maladaptive
schemas. Attachment pattern and maladaptive schemas will predict the psychosocial
dysfunctions in female adolescents with conversion disorder. In addition Maladaptive Schemas
will mediate the relationship between attachment patterns and psychosocial dysfunctions.
Correlational study and within subject research design was used and 89 female adolescents
diagnosed with conversion disorder, with age range 13-19 years (M = 16.8, SD = 2.05) were
recruited from five government hospitals of Lahore through purposive sampling. Urdu versions of Revised Adult Attachment Questionnaire, Brief Core Schema Scale, and RAND 36- item Health Survey were used for assessment. The results revealed a significant relationship between attachment patterns and schemas except anxious attachment style. Regression analyses revealed that close, dependent and anxious attachment styles predicted negative self, positive self and negative others schemas but positive others schemas has only dependent attachment style as predictor. Overall, negative self-schema prominently came out as the significant predictor of five out of eight subscales of psychosocial dysfunctions. Moreover, negative selfschemas predominately mediate the relationship between secure attachment styles and some subscales of psychosocial dysfunctions. For future implications psychotherapists may include negative self-schema focusing guidelines in the treatment of conversion disorder.

Keywords: Attachment Patterns, Maladaptive Schemas, Psychosocial Dysfunctions,
Conversion Disorder


   
ReplyQuote
(@rabia-saeed)
Active Member
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 3
Topic starter  

JazzakAllah!! Can u share dr iffat batoolz email address if u have


   
ReplyQuote
Share: