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Karami J.,Razi University | Janjani P.,Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences | Janjani P.,Razi University | janjani H.,Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences | And 3 more authors.
Advances in Environmental Biology | Year: 2014

Aim: Family is the first and the most important social institution in the human history that provide a genesis, growth and emotional and social efflorescence for its member. and marriage is the most susceptible emotional guarantee that man accept it for having psycho calmness and heartfelt communication. So this search did with aim to survey the effect of mindfulness-based training on improvement of partner relationship quality.Method: This search was an experiment with pre test-post test and control and experiment groups. And samples were all female teachers of Kermanshah city elementary schools, that 200 person between them was selected. then when quality of relationship with partner questionnaire was completed 26 person who gain the least grade in quality of relationship with partner questionnaire randomly selected and divided in two control and experiment groups. Experiment group 6 session 1.5-2 hour in week had learn mindfulness-based training and control group didn't learn any instruction. After intervention for two groups, after test was implement. Then collected data analyzed with Co Anova test. Finds: Tesults showed that there is significant differences between control group and experiment group in quality of relationship with partner. Results: Search results showed that mindfulness-based training can effect on partner relation quality improvement. © 2014 AENSI Publisher All rights reserved. Source


Alikhani M.,Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences | Geravand S.,Allameh Tabatabai | Rashidi A.R.,Razi University | Janjani H.,Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences | And 2 more authors.
Advances in Environmental Biology | Year: 2014

Aim: Chronic disease such as diabetes causing compromised mental health of peoples, which requires the identification of affective structures and promoting the mental health. With regard to this issue, this study was conducted with the objective of determining the relationship between personality traits (self-differentiation and resilience) and the individual characteristics, family functioning and economic status with mental health among women with diabetes II in Kermanshah. Method: This research has a descriptive correlation design. The research population was composed of all women with diabetes II in Kermanshah that were referred to health services centers for women with diabetes in 2014. Then, a sample size of 325 persons was selected by simple random sampling method. The data collection instruments were family functioning questionnaires, self-differentiation inventory (DSI-R), depression, anxiety, and stress scale (DASS) and Connor and Davidson resilience scale (CD-RISC). The data were analyzed by statistical indicators such as analysis of variance (ANOVA), independent t-test, Pearson correlation, and regression analysis. Finds: The results of the analysis of the data showed there is a significant relationship between education, employment, marriage, economic status, and the duration of the disease with mental health; But it was not a significant relationship between age and the mental health. Also, there was a significant negative relationship between family functioning and resilience with the mental health, but it's gotten a significant positive correlation between differentiation and the mental health. The results of the regression analysis showed resilience variables and the emotional support, controlling behavior, emotional intercourse communication, overall performance, emotional getaway, and combine with others subscales can predict the mental health. Results: According to the results of the research can be said to promoting of the mental health should be considered the role of psychological family factors and social and economic status. © 2014 AENSI Publisher All rights reserved. Source


Geravand S.,Allameh Tabatabai | Younesi J.,Allameh Tabatabai | Momeni K.H.,Razi University | Seydi H.,Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences | And 2 more authors.
Advances in Environmental Biology | Year: 2014

Using personal tests has always been a useful common key device to diagnose, consult and treat patients attending psychological and psychiatric clinics and consulting centers. Studies show that motivating the samples to honestly participate and complete relatively long tests on one hand and time consuming manual scoring system, which could include mistakes by testers, on the other hand are some of the challenges in implementing and scoring psychological questionnaires in form of classic paper based. Introducing computer as a valid means in psychic and psychological evaluations leads to creation of software of the tests which, in turn, results in high expenses, lack of access to computer in some cases, test anxiety to submit personal information in computer and potential hardware and software problems while implanting them. According to the studies, Eysenck personal questionnaire (EPQ) is one of the few questionnaires which is normalized for children, teens and adults in Iran. Improving construction, implementation and software disadvantages and keeping the merits of both forms, present study investigates designing and producing electronic devices and scoring of the questionnaire which is a combination of paper based and computer ones. © 2014 AENSI Publisher All rights reserved. Source

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