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Mrs Neda Mellat, Dr Soqra Ebrahimi Qavam, Dr Masoud Gholamali Lavasani, Dr Esmaeil Sadipur,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (10-2019)

The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship between different levels of cognitive, emotional and spiritual development with adult psychological well-being. For this purpose, a sample of 700 adults was selected using convenience sampling method in four age groups. Questionnaires were used consisted of Social Paradigm Belief Inventory(SPBI) ,Spiritual Well-Being(SHALOM), Interpersonal Reactivity Index(IRI), Spiritual Assessment Inventory(SAI) , Aggression Questionnaire(BPAQ –SF), Resilience Scale(CD-RISC-SF), Maladaptive Hedonism(MHQ), Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale(DERS), Machiavellian Egocentricity Scale(PPIR), Gratitude Questionnaire (GQ-6) ,Altruistic Behavior, Depression subscale of(SCL-90-R) and stress scale of (DASS-21). Research data were analyzed using the structural equation modeling .The findings showed that relativistic thinking has effect on Stress, empathy and difficulty in emotion regulation .and dialectical thinking has positive effect on empathy and spiritual well-being. Egocentrism has positive effect on difficulties in emotion regulation and spiritual weakness and negative effect on Spiritual well-being. Stress has positive effect on difficulties in emotion regulation. Difficulties in emotion regulation have positive effect on spiritual weakness and negative effect on Spiritual well-being. Also Empathy has positive effect on spiritual well-being. Spiritual weakness has positive effect on aggression, depression and maladaptive hedonism. It has a negative effect on altruism. Spiritual well-being has a negative effect on depression and maladaptive hedonism and a positive effect on resilience, altruism, and gratitude.


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