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Association between depressive symptoms and marital satisfaction
Běhavá, Magdalena ; Krámská, Lenka (advisor) ; Maulisová, Alice (referee)
This diploma thesis examines the relationship between satisfaction in a relationship and depressive symptoms. The literature review part deals with the definition of depression, its causes, treatment, and diagnosis. Furthermore, satisfaction in the relationship and psychosocial models of depression. All with a focus on the psychological connotations of the issue. The research part consists of a quantitative questionnaire survey, which was attended by a total of 98 respondents. It relies in part on Coyn's interaction theory. The results suggest that there is a strong link between satisfaction (both global and in partnership) and depression. Consistent with Coyn's model, people with depressive symptoms seem to use reassurance more often and their partners have higher rates of depressive symptoms. These results could help to better understand the mechanisms that take place in the partner dyad in people with depression. At the same time revealing specific social aspects of depression. Keywords Depression; Relationship; Etiopathogenesis of depression; Treatment of depression; Psychotherapy

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