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The Relationship between Impulsivity and Time Perspective in Adolescents
(The Relationship between Impulsivity and Time Perspective in Adolescents )

Author : Yasin Demir    
Type :
Printing Year : 2019
Number : 2019-4
Page : 95-105
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Summary

            The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between impulsivity and time perspective in adolescents. This study was carried out with the participation of 246 adolescents. In this research, Short Form of Barratt Impulsiveness Scale Turkish Form (BIS-11-SF), Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory Turkish Form (ZTPI) and Personal Information Form were used as data collection tools. SPSS package program was used for data analysis. The data were analyzed by Pearson Correlation Analysis, t-test, and ANOVA. According to the research findings, the impulsivity of girls is higher than that of boys. Girls’ perceptions of past negative experiences are higher than boys'. The impulsivity of the participants did not differ significantly according to the number of social media accounts they have. Impulsivity levels were significantly higher in participants who used social media every day than those who used social media a few times in a month. There are significant relationships between impulsivity and time perspective dimensions. Impulsivity is positively related to past negative experiences, present fatalism, and present hedonism.



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Abstract

            The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between impulsivity and time perspective in adolescents. This study was carried out with the participation of 246 adolescents. In this research, Short Form of Barratt Impulsiveness Scale Turkish Form (BIS-11-SF), Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory Turkish Form (ZTPI) and Personal Information Form were used as data collection tools. SPSS package program was used for data analysis. The data were analyzed by Pearson Correlation Analysis, t-test, and ANOVA. According to the research findings, the impulsivity of girls is higher than that of boys. Girls’ perceptions of past negative experiences are higher than boys'. The impulsivity of the participants did not differ significantly according to the number of social media accounts they have. Impulsivity levels were significantly higher in participants who used social media every day than those who used social media a few times in a month. There are significant relationships between impulsivity and time perspective dimensions. Impulsivity is positively related to past negative experiences, present fatalism, and present hedonism.



Keywords
impulsivity; time perspective; high school students  

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