specialty journal of psychology and management
Comparison of Resilience in Equilibrium and no Equilibrium Parent- child Relation Patterns
Montazereh Barati, Fariborz Bagheri
Relations between parents and children are one of the most influential factors in life of the person, affecting the development of functions, features, and shaping the harms. The objective of the present article is to compare various effects of different patterns of relations between parents and children on the resilience of children. For this purpose, 120 people aged 20-40 years in Tehran were selected using available sampling method in 2014. Participants in this research responded to 48-item questionnaire of parent –child relation pattern (Bagheri, 2013) and 25-item questionnaire of Connor and Davidson (CD-RISC). The obtained data were analyzed using single-factor variance analysis. The findings showed the mean resilience in none of equilibrium and no-equilibrium parent-child relations perceived by parent was significantly different.