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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 1, 2015, Issue 2
Communication study between Early Maladaptive designs, and Anxiety in guidance Students
Mostafa maghsoudzadeh
Pages: 6-12

Abstract

Early maladaptive design can increase anxiety in teenagers. The aim of this study is to determine the Communication study between early maladaptive design and anxiety in both male and female guidance Students in the Bojnord city. The design of this research is descriptive-correlational and the study sample includes all male and female guidance students from district 5 of Bojnord city enrolled in the academic year of 2012-13. Data collection tools include 4 measures of Demographic Questionnaire, The short version of Young schemas questionnaire (YSO- SF) and Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS). Pearson correlation and multiple regression analysis of data (P<.001) show that a significant positive Communication study exists between the early maladaptive design and general anxiety in guidance students. Furthermore, this research has determined that, there is a relation between early maladaptive design and physical signs of anxiety in male and female students of high schools. Moreover, according to the results of this study,There is a significant relation between the early maladaptive design and mental signs of anxiety. As a result, decreasing early maladaptive design in students helps reducing their anxiety as well. Key words: anxiety, early maladaptive design





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