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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.
Abdollah Jamali, Gholam Ali Afrooz, Masood Gholam Ali Lavasani, Kianoosh Zahrakar,
Volume 8, Issue 3 (12-2014)

The purpose of this study is determination effectiveness of training relationship enhancement on romantic insecurity mothers with Down syndrome child. This study Performed style Experimental pretest, posttest and follow test with control group. The study population consists of all the mothers who have Down syndrome child in eslamshahr that their children were studying in exceptional schools that city (school year 2012-2013). From mental retardation children Educational Centers in eslamshahr, all mothers of children with Down syndrome were identified (40 mothers) and were randomly assigned to in both control and experimental groups. Members of both groups (4) people removed who had frequent absences or did not attend in completing the questionnaire. Finally, the sample size reached 16 people For each of the groups and   were assessed by  romantic relationship scale In three steps pretest, posttest and follow test. Experimental group received Relatiosnship enhancement Program for 10 sessions. For data analysis, was used repeated measures design. Data results of the analysis showed relationship enhancement training was effective on the romantic insecurity mothers with down syndrome child and it Has been lead to improved Romantic insecurity mothers with down syndrome also this improvement was maintained Follow up. It is recommended with regard to the effectiveness of relationship enhancement program on romantic insecurity relationship mothers with down syndrome child be used this program for Improve relationships  parents with exceptional children.
Samaneh Khazaei, Shokouh Navabinejad, Valiollah Farzad, Kianoosh Zahrakar,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (vol 10, Num 2 2016)

Objective:This study examined the psychometric properties of CRAS of Nelson & Carol (2006) in Iranian couples.. Method: The research was a descriptive-survey study.The study population was composed of married couples in Birjand city.In this study, 350 couples (700) were selected among Birjand couples using available sampling method,& CRAS of Carole & Nelson(2006),revised marital conflict questionnaire of Sanaei (2008) & marital adjustment questionnaire of Spinner (1976) were used. To analyze the data, the statistical indices of Pearson correlation, Cronbach's alpha coefficient, and exploratory factor analysis (using spss 23 software),& confirmatory factor analysis (using AMOS 23software) were used.Results: Exploratory factor analysis showed that the 12-item CRAS in Iranian sample has been saturated from two factors (social Love withdrawal and social sabotage) explaining 56 percent of the scale variance. Confirmatory factor analysis also showed that two-factor model of CRAS has good fitness with data (AGFI =0.93, NFI =0.94, RMSEA =0.06). Cronbach's alpha coefficient was obtained 0.85, convergent validity was obtained 0.4, and divergent validity was obtained -0.42 that all of them were significant at P0.01.Conclusion: In general, the results showed that CRAS of Carole & Nelson (2006) has good validity & reliability & it can be used to measure the CRA of couples.

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