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Personlighet, anknytningsstilar och mottaglighet för andras emotioner hos personer med och utan Asperger diagnos
Örebro University, Department of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences.
2008 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Syftet med studien är att är att studera skillnader i mottaglighet för emotionell smitta, anknytningsstilar och personlighets drag så som temperament och karaktär är hos personer diagnosticerade med Asperger jämfört med personer som inte har någon diagnos. Ett annat syfte är att studera samband mellan emotionell smitta, anknytningsstilar samt personlighetsdrag såsom temperament och karaktär. Åttioåtta försökspersoner deltog i enkät studien varav femton personer hade en Asperger diagnos och resterande sjuttiotre inte hade någon diagnos, i enkäten fick de svara på 293 påståenden som involverade emotioner, anknytning och personliga temperaments och karaktärsdrag. Samband och skillnader mellan grupperna undersöktes sedan. Resultatet visar att det existerar skillnader mellan grupperna. Studenterna är mer mottagliga för emotionerna arg än gruppen med Asperger diagnos. Individerna med en Asperger diagnos skattade sig högre i anknytningsstilen distans, sakorientering och relationsfixering än studenterna, studentgruppen tenderar att uppge personliga egenskaper som novelty seeking, reward dependent och cooperativeness i högre grad än gruppen med en Asperger diagnos. Existerande samband mellan emotioner, anknytning och personlighet visade sig. Studentgruppen visade högt samband mellan anknytningsstilen bifallsbehov och personlighetsegenskapen harm avoidance. Och Aspergergruppen visade högt sambandet mellan anknytningsstilen tillit och personlighetsegenskapen novelty seeking.

Abstract [en]

The aim of the present study is to study how the differences in susceptible for emotional contagion, attachment styles and personality features such as temperament and character within individuals diagnosed with Asperger syndrome and those individual who aren´t diagnosed. Eighty eight participated in the survey, fifteen of those had an Asperger diagnose. The survey contained 293 items involving emotions, attachment and temperament and character personality features. The result shows that differences exist between the groups in emotional contagion, attachment and personality. The students are more susceptible to angry emotions than the individuals with an Asperger diagnose. The individuals with an Asperger diagnose showed higher scores in the attachment styles distance, relation fixation and thing alignment than the students. The student group tends to state personal properties as novelty seeking, reward dependent och cooperativeness in a higher degree than individuals with an Asperger diagnose. The result also showed that there is an existing connection between emotions, attachment and personality. The group of students showed a high connection between the attachment style applause needs and the personality characteristic harm avoidance. In the Asperger group a high connection was showed between the attachment style thrust and the personality characteristic novelty seeking.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2008. , 27 p.
Keyword [en]
personality, Asperger syndrome., Emotions, attachment, character features, temperament features
Keyword [sv]
Emotioner, anknytningsstil, personlighet, temperamentsdrag, karaktärsdrag, Asperger syndrom
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Psychology
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URN: urn:nbn:se:oru:diva-2469ISRN: ORU-BSR/PSY-D--08/0041--SEOAI: oai:DiVA.org:oru-2469DiVA: diva2:136285
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Available from: 2008-09-24 Created: 2008-09-24

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