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Arjmand Siahpoush I.,Islamic Azad University at Andimeshk | Heydarabadi A.,Islamic Azad University at Babol | Dadbaz Y.,Management and Educational Planning | Arjmand Siahpoush B.,Payame Noor University
Advances in Environmental Biology | Year: 2014

Objective: This study was performed to investigate the effectiveness of Positive orientation learning on increase in life expectancy in the high school students in the city of Andimeshk with emphasis on the Quranic verses. Statistical population in this study is including 2,500 high school students in the academic year 1391-1392 in Andimeshk city. Method: For this study, we selected a high school girl and a boy multistage cluster sampling in the entire high school Andimeshk and after the Miller Hope Scale, we've replaced the 60 students who they have the highest rates of life expectancy of 30 male students and 30 female students were randomly divided into 4 groups so that an alternative to the 15 boys and 15 were girls in the experimental group and 30 were boys and girls in two control groups. Two groups of boys and girls participated in 10 sessions of 60 minutes for 1 month under review with positive learning Quran and the control group received no training and post-tests were administered to both groups. Also, it used by descriptive and inferential statistics to test hypotheses and analyze data. In descriptive statistics were used in the graph, the mean and standard deviation and in inferential statistics were used in the analysis of covariance. Results: Using a statistical indicator analysis of covariance, the results showed that the positive thinking training was effective in increasing the life expectancy. The rate of life Expectancy in a positive review on the Quran is F=1.876. This difference is statistically significant at the level of 0.01. Conclusion: thus it can be concluded that the positive teaching of the Quran it is effect on the increase in life expectancy. © 2014 AENSI Publisher All rights reserved. Source

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