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This study aimed to examine the relationship between interpersonal cognitive distortions and family role performances in spouses during the pandemic process. This cross-sectional study was conducted on 402 married individuals. The total score of interpersonal cognitive distortions and task performance scores were higher in males. The individuals who go to the workplace during the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) process have higher unrealistic relationship expectancy score and total score of interpersonal cognitive distortion. Interpersonal cognitive distortions were determined to explain 5% of task and relationship performance in family role performance. It was determined that the relationships in the spouses were associated with cognitive distortions and family role performance. Interpersonal cognitive distortions in spouses were found to affect role performance in the family. © 2021 Wiley Periodicals LLC.

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Adeviye Aydın, Bahanur Malak Akgün. Interpersonal cognitive distortions and family role performances in spouses during COVID-19 pandemic process in Turkey. Perspectives in psychiatric care. 2021 Apr 19


PMID: 33870496

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