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JCBPR. 2012; 1(2): 81-89

Investigation of the Relationship Between Examination Anxiety and Early Maladaptive Schemas of Students Who are Preparing for University Examination

Azize ATLI ÖZBAŞ, Aslıhan SAYIN, Behçet COŞAR.


Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between early maladaptive schemas and examination anxiety of students who were preparing for university examination.
Method: This study was carried out at a private establishment for preparing students for university examination in Ankara. One hundred and eight students who were preparing for university examination were recruited. All data were obtained by using Sociodemograpical
Questionnaire, State and Trait Anxiety Inventory, and Young Schema Questionnaire Third version, during 1-10 June 2011.
Results: Mean age of students was 18.78 ±0.88. 47.2% were female, while 52.8% were male. There was a significant correlation between students’ State Anxiety and Emotional Deprivation (r=0.25; p

Key words: anxiety, examination anxiety, early maladaptive schemas.

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