The Effect of Subjective Simulation Therapy on Self-awareness and Achievement Motivation in Stuttering People
Saleh Baba Zadeh Silabi, Mahya Abdiyan, Mohammad Ehsan Taghizadeh
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of the method of treatment based on the simulation of mind on self-awareness and progressive motivation in stuttering people. The present study is semi-experimental and will be used by pre-test and post-test design and the test and control group. This design is similar to quasi-experimental and case studies including in-depth study of subjects in different situations as the current study aims to test the model of mental simulation model of Dr. Taghizadeh on the self-awareness and achievement motivation in stuttering people. The statistical population of this study was People with tongue tie from 20 to 35 years old referred to the Tavanmandsazan Clinic in the winter of 2018. In order to collect data, Hermen’s achievement motivation and self-awareness questionnaires were used. In order to the effectiveness of training courses, multivariate analysis of covariance was used. For descriptive part, frequency and percentage of frequency, mean and standard deviation were used. Data were analyzed using SPSS-21 software. Based on the results, the method of therapy based on the simulation of mind on self-awareness is significant in stuttering people. Also, the therapeutic method based on the simulation of mind on progressive motivation in stuttering people is significant (Sig <0.05).