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Mohammad, Shakarami, Kianoush, Zahrakar, Farshad, Mohsenzadeh,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (9-2014)

The present study investigated the mediating role of conflict resolution styles in relation between sexual satisfaction and interpersonal cognitive distortions with marital commitment. This study is an exploratory study of the association schemes. The study population comprised all married employees Tehran’ Farabi Hospital in 2014 (517 persons), of whom 221 persons were selected based on sample size formula by random sampling. For data gathering was used from marital commitment, interpersonal cognitive distortions, sexual satisfaction and Rahim conflict resolution styles questionnaires. Data analysis was performed by AMOS software and path analysis.Results showed that the conflict resolution styles (constructive and unconstructive), interpersonal cognitive distortions and sexual satisfaction are significantly correlated with marital commitment and assuming model was confirmed with the independent variables of sexual satisfaction and interpersonal cognitive distortions in relation with marital commitment. Also the effect of all variables on marital commitment is significant. We can in addition helping to couples that solve their conflicts, increasing their marital commitment with corrected couples Interpersonal cognitive distortions and enhancement of levels’ sexual satisfaction and conflict resolution styles education to they.
Nasrin Gharekhanlou, Farshad Mohsenzadeh,
Volume 9, Issue 1 (11-2015)

The purpose of this study was to compare the depression, aggression, and self-esteem of adolescents with high-conflict and low-conflict parents. With this purpose in mind, 230 adolescent girls who were studying in high schools of Bahar city of Hamadan province, were selected by cluster sampling method and completed following questionnaires: The Children's Perceptions of Interparental Conflict Scale(CPIC), Modified Depression Scale, hostility scale of Symptom Checklist 90 ( SCL-90), and Hare Area-Specific Self-Esteem Scale. Data analyzed by multivariate analysis. The results showed that there are significant differences between adolescents with high and low conflicted parents in term of level of depression, aggression, and self-esteem. Adolescents who perceived their parents more conflicted had higher levels of depression and aggression and lower levels of self-esteem. In sum, the findings indicate that parent’s conflict resolution style has negative mental health outcomes for their children. Finally, the implications of findings are discussed.

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