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Attitudes towards aesthetic interventions relations with personality dimensions and tendencies towards personality disorders

dc.contributor.advisorIgnjatović Ristić, Dragana
dc.contributor.otherJanjić, Vladimir
dc.contributor.otherHinić, Darko
dc.contributor.otherJovanović, Milan
dc.creatorStolić, Dragan
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-06T15:44:51Z
dc.date.available2020-02-26T15:44:51Z
dc.date.available2020-07-03T15:17:22Z
dc.date.issued2020-01-23
dc.identifier.urihttp://eteze.kg.ac.rs/application/showtheses?thesesId=7186
dc.identifier.urihttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/handle/123456789/12011
dc.identifier.urihttps://fedorakg.kg.ac.rs/fedora/get/o:1220/bdef:Content/download
dc.description.abstractUvod: Kako ideal fizičkog izgleda nije uvek lako ostvariti prirodnim putem, čak ni pomoću kozmetičkih proizvoda, sve češće se primenjuje ozbiljnija manipulacija kroz hirurške i nehirurške medicinske zahvate. Poslednjih desetak godina, došlo je do drastičnog razvoja neinvazivnih tehnika estetske hirurgije, jer ove intervencije predstavljaju minimalno invazivne procedure, ne zahtevaju mnogo vremena, ne uključuju hirurške procedure, period oporavka je kratak, i osoba može relativno brzo da nastavi sa normalnim aktivnostima. U poslednje vreme, i njihova cena značajno opada. Cilj: Studija se bavi stavovima prema estetskim intervencijama, kao i pitanjem odnosa određenih dimenzija ličnosti i tendencija ka poremećajima ličnosti i tih stavova. Cilj ovog istraživanja je ispitati povezanost prihvatanja estetskih intervencija sa karakternim crtama ličnosti (iz Velikih pet plus dve modela), i tendencijama ka poremećajima ličnosti iz Bekovog modela. Dodatni važan cilj ove studije bio je i validacija Skale prihvatanja estetskih intervencija na srpskom jeziku i u populaciji osoba koje su bile podvrgnute nekoj nehirurškoj estetskoj intervenciji. Materijal i metod: Ova studija je korelaciona, retrospektivno-prospektivna studija preseka. Sprovedena je u Centru za Estetsku medicinu u Beogradu. U istraživanju je učestvovalo ukupno 495 ispitanika, 245 ispitanika oba pola, koji su imali neku nehiruršku, minimalnu invazivnu ili neinvazivnu estetsku intervenciju u poslednjih sedam godina (tretirana grupa), i 250 ispitanika oba pola, koji nisu imali estetsku intervenciju, a koji su činili kontrolnu grupu. Podaci su prikupljeni pomoću upitnika o sociodemografskim karakteristikama i zdravstvenom stanju, VP-2-70 skale za merenje dimenzija ličnosti i skraćene skale Personalnih disfunkcionalnih uverenja - PBQ-SF. Rezultati: Skala je pokazala izuzetno visoke vrednosti interne pouzdanosti i validnosti, kao i stabilnost tokom vremena. Trofaktorski model, u okviru tretirane grupe, objašnjava ukupno 67,04% varijanse, dok u okviru kontrolne grupe model objašnjava ukupno 66,95% varijanse. Potvrđena je njegova trofaktorska struktura, i kao i u originalnoj verziji izdvajaju se faktori: Intrapersonalni, Rešenost, i Socijalni. Prema procentu objašnjene varijanse, kao najvažniji zajednički faktor, izdvojio se intrapersonalni. Stepen prihvatanja estetskih intervencija bio je izraženiji u grupi osoba koje su podvgrnute nekoj od nehirurških estetskih intervencija. Prihvatanje estetskih intervencija pokazalo je nisku povezanost sa određenim dimenzijama ličnosti, dok se u tretiranoj grupi, koja je bila i primarni fokus našeg istraživanja, može izdvojiti model predviđanja koji pokazuje da skup odabranih varijabli predviđa 10% varijanse kriterijumske varijable. Model sugeriše da viši nivoi savesnosti (koja najviše predviđa Prihvatanje estetskih intervencija), viši nivoi ekstraverzije i viši nivoi opsesivno-kompulsivnih tendencija predviđaju viši nivo prihvatanja estetskih intervencija.sr
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: As the ideal of physical appearance is not always easily achieved naturally, not even by means of cosmetic products, surgical and non-surgical medical procedures are becoming employed more and more often. In the last decade, non-invasive methods of aesthetic surgery has dramatically developed since these procedures are minimally invasive, not timeconsuming, do not require surgical procedures, recovery time is short, and the individual can quite soon continue with their everyday activities. Moreover, their price has been considerably decreasing lately. Aim: The study examines attitudes towards aesthetic interventions, as well as the relations between these attitudes and certain personality dimensions and tendencies for personality disorders. The aim of this research was to investigate the connection between the acceptance of these aesthetic interventions and personality traits (the Big Five plus two personality traits), and tendencies for personality disorders included in Beck’s model. The subsidiary aim was to validate the Serbian version of the Acceptance of Cosmetic Surgery Scale in the population of individuals who had undergone a non-invasive aesthetic intervention. Material and method(s): This is a correlation, retrospective-prospective, cross-sectional study. It was conducted at the Aesthetic Medical Centre in Belgrade. The study recruited 495 subjects in total, out of which 245 had undergone some non-surgical, minimally invasive or noninvasive aesthetic intervention in the course of the last seven years (the treatment group), and 250 subjects who had not had any aesthetic intervention (the control group). The data were collected via a questionnaire on sociodemographic characteristics and health condition of the subjects, the VP+2–70 scale for measuring personality dimensions and the Personality Belief Questionnaire – Short Form (PBQ-SF). Results: The scale has shown good values for internal consistency, validity and reliability over time. A three-factor model within the treatment group explained 67.04% of the variance, whereas within the control group it explained 66.95% of the variance in total. Its three-factor structure was confirmed, and as in the original version the following factors were extracted: Intrapersonal, Consider and Social. According to the percentage of the explained variance, the Intrapersonal factor singled out as the most important. The degree of the acceptance of aesthetic interventions was more prominent in the group of individuals who had undergone some of non-surgical aesthetic interventions. The acceptance of aesthetic interventions showed a low correlation with given dimensions of personality, while in the treatment group, which was the primary focus of our research, a prediction model may be extracted, indicating that a set of selected variables predicts approximately 10% of the variance of the criterion variable. The model suggests that a higher level of Conscientiousness (which predicts the acceptance of cosmetic surgeries most), higher levels of Extraversion and a higher level of ObsessiveCompulsive personality tendencies predict a higher level of acceptance of non-surgical aesthetic interventions.en
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Крагујевцу, Факултет медицинских наукаsr
dc.relationinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Basic Research (BR or ON)/175007/RS//
dc.relationinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Basic Research (BR or ON)/175014/RS//
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dc.sourceУниверзитет у Крагујевцуsr
dc.subjectprihvatanje estetskih intervencija, dimenzije ličnosti, poremećaji ličnosti.sr
dc.subjectacceptance of aesthetic interventions, personality dimensions, personality disorders.en
dc.titlePovezanost karakternih crta i tendencija ka poremećajima ličnosti sa prihvatanjem estetskih intervencijasr
dc.title.alternativeAttitudes towards aesthetic interventions relations with personality dimensions and tendencies towards personality disordersen
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dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/49213/Disertacija.pdf
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/49214/Dragan_Stolic_Medicinski.pdf


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