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Anastasiya Kiyatkina
Ego-Structure of the Personality and Transactional Patterns of Siblings and Single Children in Family Structure
2019
This research is devoted to the study of the ego-structure of personality and the transactional patterns of siblings and the only children in the family. The study is based on a transactional-analytical approach. To diagnose personality traits and transactional patterns, a set of methods is used, such as “Questionnaire ‘I’” by V.A. Petrovsky, “Questionnaire for functional ego-states” by V.E. Gusakovsky, as well as "Individual-typological questionnaire" L.N. Sobchik. ITQ L.N. Sobchik is further interpreted by the expert evaluation method in the conceptual framework of the transactional-analytical approach. The study involved 189 respondents from 16 to 58 years old (M = 23.72; SD = 7.15). The result of the study is the examination of differences in the ego-structure of the personality, the measurement of personality adaptations and transactional patterns of siblings of only children in the family system.

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