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ghadampour E, radmehr P, yousefvand L. The effect of group training based on Schneider hope theory on level academic engagement and hardiness girl students in first grade. . 2017; 3 (33) :1-14
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The aim of the present study was to examine the effect of group training based on schnyder hope theory on level academic engagement and hardiness girl students in first grade. The present study was method of sup-experimental with pre-test - post-test and follow-up design with control group. This study population included all high school girl students in first grade of Khorramabad city the academic 2015-16. Sample size of 50 individuals (25individuals' experimentation and 25 individuals 'control group) using multi-stage random cluster were selected. The only experimental group was group training based on schnyder hope theory, after the training Meetings, from both the experimental and control groups post-test and again two months later, both groups were followed up. In this study measuring tool, questionnaire academic engagement Schafeli et al (2001) and academic hardiness Khobasa et al (1982) . Analysis of the data was done using SPSS-19 and descriptive and inferential tests such as covariance analysis were conducted. The results study showed that training of group training based on schnyder hope theory had a significant effect on academic engagement (P<0/001) and academic hardiness (P<0/01). Findings were also preserved in the follow up Phase.

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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Educational Psychology
Received: 2016/08/6 | Accepted: 2017/05/16 | Published: 2017/06/11

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