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Mrs Simin Zeqeibi Ghannad1, Mr Sirous Alipour, Mrs Manijeh Shehni Yailagh, Alireza Hajiyakhchali,
Volume 5, Issue 3 (12-2017)

mind wandering is a pervasive and common phenomenon of human cognition that its role in performance of any field related to mind is undeniable. This study plans to investigate The causal relationship of mindfulness and mind wandering with mediating strategical engagement regulation, anxiety, depression and working memory. To this, 434 female students of Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz were selected by multistage random sampling method and They got Mindful Attention Awareness Scale, Strategic Engagement Regulation Scale, Stress Anxiety Depression Scale, Stress Anxiety Depression Scale, The Working Memory Questionnaire and The Mind Wandering: Deliberate and Mind Wandering: Spontaneous Scale. Collected data were analyzed by SPSS and AMOS (version 21) and using structural equations modelling method. In order to earn the suitable model fitness indices, the item parceling method was used about mindfulness variable. Finally, on the base of values of some indices (for example, RMSEA = 0/06 and GFI = 0/98), model had a good fit. Also, all paths of the model except two paths: anxiety to working memory and anxiety to mind wandering were significant. In sum, this research results showed that mindfulness plays important role in mind wandering anticipation that transfers this effect through mechanisms as self-regulation, mood and working memory. 

Ali Mostafaie, Hosein Zare, Ahmad Alipour, Valiahhah Farzad,
Volume 6, Issue 1 (6-2018)

The main purpose of this study is to determine the Effectiveness of Decisional and Self-Efficacy Therapy Transtheoretical model (TTM) on Cognitive-Emotional regulation , Mind control and pain Patients with chronic pain. This study was a semiexperimental study with a pretest, post-test and follow-up. Subjects were first screened using the inclusion and exclusion criteria.Therefore 70 hypertensive patients who referred to the chronic pain Hospital in bukan city were selected and randomly divided into experimental and control groups. The TTM group was treated in 8 sessions, Results showed that there were significant differences between two groups in Cognitive-Emotional regulation , Mind control and pain. so, TTM is an effective intervention in essential chronic pain patients.

Mahmoud Alipour, Mahamad Naghi Farahani, ,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (volume10, Issue 2 2022)

Based on the cognitive perspective, cognitve schemas, as an important individual characteristic, influence human behavior. on the other hand, employees can influence the success or filure of the organization by influencing the organizational identity and contex. therefore, in this article, the role of self-concept clarity in the relationship between organizational identity and organizational culture han been investigated. for this purpose, the employees of Sarcheshmeh Copper complex, that at the time of research were more than 5190 person, were selected as the statistical population., and then, using cochran's formula and stratified random sampling, 428 pepole were introduced as a statistical sample. Next, by using cheney's organizational identity questionnaire (1983), Campbell et al's self-concept clarity questionnaire (1996) and Camero-Quinn's organizational culture assesment index tool (2006), the required data were collected. the collected data were analyzed using the structural equation modeling technique. accordind to tjhe results of research, in addition to the direct effect organizational identity, self-concept clarity, as a mediating variable, modifies the negative effects of organizational culture on organizational identity. Considering the role of self-concept clarit in the relationship between organizational identity and organizational cultre and its effect on organizational identiy, it seems that increasing the clarity of employee's self-concept improve their organizational identity. therefore, it is sggested that in the process of recruiing human resources, people who have a higher sel-concept clarity should be recruited into organization. also, it is suggested to compile and implement the necessary training programs to improve the self-concept clarity of employees.
Mr Emad Aldin Ahrari, Mrs Fatemeh Alipour, Mr Seyed Qasem Mosleh, Dr Siavash Sheikhalizadeh,
Volume 11, Issue 4 (Volume12, Issue 4 2024)

The aim of this study was to differentiate students with high and low academic performance based on the components of academic self-regulation and cognitive flexibility. The study type was causal-comparative and its statistical population included all male and female high school students in Khaf city in the academic year 2022-2023, among whom finally 371 individuals were selected by cluster sampling, according to Krejcie and Morgan’s table. Data were collected using Dennis and Vanderwall (2010) Cognitive Flexibility Questionnaire, Sevari and Arabzadeh Academic Self-Regulation Questionnaire (2013), and the first semester GPA of 2022-2023 academic year. Data were analyzed using discriminant analysis. The findings of discriminant analysis led to a significant discriminant function which showed the components of controllability perception, Alternatives perception and organization had the highest differentiation power (p <0.01). The results of the discriminant analysis showed that according to the obtained function, 86.2% of students in the two groups were correctly reclassified which indicates the ability of these components to differentiate students at different levels of academic performance.


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