Bağlanma Stilleri, Cinsiyetçilik ve Benliğin Ayrımlaşmasının İlişki Etiği Üzerindeki Yordayıcı Etkisinde Mizacın Düzenleyici Rolü
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Relational ethics, in contextual therapy, refers to the value each partner attributes to the give and take of love, attention, support, care and loyalty in an intimate relationship. This approach ascribes relationship problems with the fact that despite one party's being entitled to receive all these, having a problem with deeming their partner worthy to receive them, or otherwise. Relationship ethics reflects being able to show and receive these values in the relationship. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the predictive role of attachment dimensions, sexism and differentiation of self on relational ethics and the moderator role of temperament in these predictive effects in young adults. Results showed that attachment anxiety, differentiation of self and sexism were significant predictors for relationship ethics. Attachment avoidance, however, was not. In the moderation analysis, Type1 temperament was an enhancer while Type6 was a buffer in the relationship between attachment anxiety and relational ethics. Regarding attachment avoidance, in its relationship with relational ethics, Types 1, 3, 6 and 8 temperaments were enhancers. Last but not least, in the predictive effects of differentiation of self on relational ethics, Type2 and Type6 temperaments were buffers while Types 7 and 9 were enhancers. However, no types of temperaments were moderators in the sexism. Results from the current study were discussed based on related research findings. Limitations of the study were mentioned, and suggestions for researchers, mental health workers, and policymakers.