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Title:Spletna intervencija čuječnosti za zmanjšanje izgorelosti pri študentih
Authors:Kolarič, Sanja (Author)
Poštuvan, Vita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Tement, Sara (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Kolaric_Sanja_2020.pdf (806,03 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V magistrski nalogi smo preverjali učinke spletne intervencije čuječnosti na izgorelost, čuječnost, neprilagojene miselne vzorce, pozitivni in negativni afekt pri študentih. V začetku je bilo vključenih 118 udeležencev, ki so bili pozneje razdeljeni v eksperimentalno (končni N = 24) in kontrolno skupino (končni N = 19). Udeleženci v eksperimentalni skupini so bili deležni tritedenske intervencije čuječnosti (prirejene po programu NARA), pri kontrolni skupini ni bilo zadanih posebnih aktivnosti. Učinke intervencije smo preverjali s pomočjo mešane MANOVE in ugotovili, da je v času prišlo do določenih sprememb. Čeprav se te v izraženosti spremenljivk niso statistično pomembno razlikovale med kontrolno in eksperimentalno skupino, smo izvedli nadaljnje analize za vsako spremenljivko posebej. Naša glavna ugotovitev se nanaša na neprilagojene miselne vzorce, ki so se statistično pomembno različno spremenili v kontrolni in eksperimentalni skupini, zraven tega se je pokazala tudi velika velikost učinka. Kljub nekaterim pomanjkljivostim so se pokazale nezanemarljive spremembe v izraženosti spremenljivk, ki bi jih ob določenih pogojih lahko posplošili na populacijo. Raziskava je ena prvih v našem okolju, ki je vključevala spletno intervencijo čuječnosti. Slednja bi ob določenih izboljšavah lahko imela pomembno aplikativno vrednost pri zaposlenih in v organizacijskih okoljih nasploh.
Keywords:izgorelost, čuječnost, neprilagojeni miselni vzorci, spletna intervencija
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[S. Kolarič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:615.851:159.944.4-057.875(043.2)
COBISS_ID:28037891 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TGSN9CSC
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Licensing start date:03.08.2020

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Language:English
Title:Online mindfulness intervention for reducing burnout among students
Abstract:The purpose of this thesis was to examine the effects of online mindfulness interventions on burnout, mindfulness, maladjusted thought patterns and other positive and negative effects on students. At first, 118 students took part in the study, who were subsequently divided into an experimental (N = 24) and control group (N = 19). The members of the experimental group took part in a 3-week-long mindfulness intervention (based on the NARA programme), whereas the control group did not partake in any special activities. The effects of the intervention were compared via a mixed MANOVA, showing eventual changes. Although the variables did not show statistically significant changes, further analyses were conducted for each individual variable. This study’s main finding deals with maladjusted thought patterns, which have shown a statistically significant difference in both groups, as well as showing a large effect size. Despite some of the study’s shortcomings, significant results have come to light, which could be adapted to the general population under the right conditions. This online mindfulness intervention study is one of the first of its kind in this environment. It could – with some improvements – have an important applicable value for employees and in organisational environments in general.
Keywords:mindfulness, burnout, maladjusted thought patterns, online intervention


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