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KMID : 1025820190270030505
Family and Family Therapy
2019 Volume.27 No. 3 p.505 ~ p.528
The study of Irrational beliefs influence to Dysfunctional communication and mediating variable on Married Male and Female: Mediating by the spouses’s perspective taking and routine marital responsiveness
Park Jeong-Yun

Lee Tae-Hun
Kang Li-La
Yun So-Jin
Abstract
Objectives: This study examined the dysfunctional communication and irrational beliefs of spouses through the difference of influence of each sub-items. In addition, spouse acceptance and daily marital response were set as mediators of irrational beliefs to see how they affect dysfunctional communication and whether there are gender differences in each variable.

Methods: A survey was conducted on 285 men and women, and the trends were analyzed through descriptive statistical analysis and the relationships with variables were analyzed using structural equation models.

Results: The results of the study were as follows: First, women had higher rational beliefs than men except for sexual perfectionism. Second, spouse's outlook and daily couple's response were found to influence dysfunctional communication by mediating irrational beliefs. Third, there was gender difference.

Conclusions: Even if irrational beliefs exist, if the spouse's acceptance and the usual couple's response are high, dysfunctional communication can be reduced, and the influence factors of the interaction between men and women are different, so that different approaches are needed by gender.
KEYWORD
Irrational beliefs for marital relations, Dysfunctional communication, Routine marital responsiveness, gender difference, Spouses’s perspective taking
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