The relationship of psychological birth order to irrational relationship beliefs

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Melek Kalkan
Cite this article:  Kalkan, M. (2008). The relationship of psychological birth order to irrational relationship beliefs. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 36(4), 455-466.


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Psychological birth order is examined as a predictor of irrational relationship beliefs among Turkish people (N = 423) using a Turkish version (Kalkan, 2005) of the White-Campbell Psychological Birth Order Inventory (Campbell, White, & Stewart, 1991) and the Relationship Belief Inventory (Kalkan, 2006). Results of Pearson correlation analysis indicate that positions of psychologically first, middle, and youngest child were significantly related to irrational relationship beliefs. The correlation between psychologically only child scores and irrational relationship beliefs was nonsignificant.

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