present study is about the validation of the Young Schema Questionnaire 3rd version and the Schema Mode Inventory 2nd version on the Greek
population. The participants were both male (58.7%) and female (41.2%). The
participants were also without psychopathology, outpatients and inpatients,
varied in ages from 19 to 62 years, with the majority being in the age group between
31 - 35. From the analysis conducted, both questionnaires’ factors had high
internal consistency in all three participant’s groups. We have also conducted
a Pearson analysis between the Early Maladaptive Schemas and Schema Modes,
which produced some strong positive and negative correlations. Finally in the
present study, we are presenting a Cohen analysis conducted between the three
different groups of participants (non-patients, outpatients and inpatients).
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