Abstract: This study aims to examine the relationship between early maladaptive schemas, interpersonal relationship style, and psychological resilience. The sample of the research consists of 322(208women / 104 men) from Istanbul, Izmir, and Mugla provinces over the age of 18. Sociodemographic Data Sheet, The Young Schema Questionnaire 3 Short form, Interpersonal Relationship Scale, Psychological Resilience Scale were used as a data collection tool. For the application of data collection tools, The Sociodemographic data form, The young schema questionnaire 3 short form, the Interpersonal relationship scale, Psychological resilience scale has been transferred to Google Forms and have been selected by simple random sampling method. The descriptive statistical methods for the analysis of the obtained data, the t-test for the comparison of quantitative data, the Pearson correlation analysis for the relationship between the scale of research and the scale and continuous variable. According to the findings, it was found that a weak and positive relationship was found between the approval-seeking schema and the psychological resilience subdimensions. However, significant negative correlations were found with other schema domains. According to those, it was observed that emotional deprivation and imperfection subscales had a positive effect on the frustrative relationship style. The Approval-seeking subscale had a positive effect on the nurturing relationship style, and the imperfection, failure, and suppression of emotions subscales harmed the nurturing relationship styles.
Key Words: Schemas, psychological resilience, interpersonal relationship style, schema therapy.
| DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8977