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Bita Bemani Yazdi, Parviz Azadfallah, Fariborz Bagheri,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (11-2009)

This study attempts to investigate the effect of emotional experiences on cardiovascular reactions and facial electromyogram (EMG) among the subjects classified as type D personality. To do so, in the first stage, according to the extreme scores in DS14 questionnaire, two groups including high type D personality and low type D personality participants (each with 15Ss) were selected among 405 female students of the Islamic Azad University. In the second stage, electrodes were put on the selected participants’ faces and hands and then the baseline measures of the variables of EMG, PULSE and BVP were first recorded and then the measures of these variables were recorded during two negative and positive emotional states caused by sad and happy music, for 150 seconds. The findings showed that the participants with high type D personality had a higher activity in the corrugator muscle in the negative emotional state and the participants with low type D personality had a higher activity in the zeugmatic muscle in the positive emotional state. There were also no significant differences between the cardiovascular reactivity in these two groups with different states. Based on the findings of this study, it can be concluded that type D personality is an important risk factor that increases the experience of negative emotions. Furthermore, inhibition of the negative emotional expression may lead to adverse health outcomes. So, considering type D personality as a risk factor for the physical health is recommended.
Maryam Foladvand, Hojatollah Farahani, Friborz Bagheri, Mahsa Fouladvand,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (9-2012)

The main purpose of the article is to determine the effectiveness of cognitive- behavioral therapy in the treatment of high school girls afflicted with obesity. This study, as a type of multiple baseline design, was carried out in two phases (losing weight and keeping weight) on four female high school students afflicted with obesity. Before the treatment sessions started, special tools such as evolutionary checking list and eating disorder questionnaire were used. At the beginning of each treatment session, sick people were weighed and their data were shown through data visual analysis, charting and calculation of the recovery rate. The results showed that cognitive - behavioral therapy of obesity was effective in losing and keeping the weight of the obese adolescents.
Z, Aliakbarzade Arani, M, Khari Arani, A, Hajbagheri, F, Aliakbarzade Arani,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (3-2014)

Mentally retarded children impose an extra stress on their parents especially on their mothers. Coping skills can be used by the parents to relieve the stress and to improve the adaptation. Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess the effect of training on the social adaptation of educable mentally-retarded children’s mothers based on Roy adaptation theory. This quasi-experimental study was carried out on 40 mothers whose educable mentally retarded children went to the exceptional school in Aran and Bidgol during 2010-2011. Intervention consisted of four two-hour sessions, supplemented by a 30 minute conversation between the interviewer and the candidate within 2 weeks. Coping skills program was based on the dimensions of Roy theory. Adaptation questionnaire was completed before and 6 weeks after the completion of intervention by the participants. The mean scores of mothers’ social adaptation had significant difference before and after the training in physiological, self-concept, dependence/independence, role-playing dimensions and total social adaptation. According to the results of the study, the training based on the Roy theory had a positive effect on the social adaptation of mentally retarded children’s mothers.
Mohammad, Ebrahimi, Mohammad Sajjad, Sayadi, Fatemeh, Bagherian,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (6-2014)

The purpose of this research was to study the role of spirituality in coping strategies and the mediating role of family communication in the relationship between the spiritually and copying strategies among the families. In order to examine the mediating role, 375 parents of the students in Kermanshah participated in the study. They were selected through multi cluster sampling method. Measurement tools of the study included Family Communication Scale (FCS), Sanctification of Marriage Scale, Sanctification of Parenting Scale, and Family Crisis Oriented Personal Evaluation Scales (F-COPES). To analyze the data, one way analysis of variance, correlation analysis and simultaneous regression analysis were used. Results showed that the families with high spirituality used the coping strategies including cognitive reframing, spiritual social support, and mobilizing the Family to acquire help more and the Passive Appraisal less than the families with low spirituality. Furthermore, through the mediating role of family communication, spirituality was directly or indirectly in relationship with the copying strategies. Finally, it can be conclude that through having appropriate communication and also through other effective factors the families with high spirituality can effectively cope with the internal and external family tensions.
Ms Masume Bagheri, Ms Elham Arabi,
Volume 12, Issue 3 (volume12, Issue 3 2018)

Experience of anger is an indicator of the living conditions of patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain disorders. The aim of this study was to examine the mediating role of anger rumination on the relationship between anger and pain intensity in chronical musculoskeletal pain patients. For this purpose, a sample of 109 chronic musculoskeletal pain patients selected by convenience sampling method. Multidimensional pain questionnaire, multidimensional anger inventory and anger rumination scale used for collecting data. The present study is descriptive-correlation and analysis of data carried using simple correlation coefficient and regression analysis by Baron and Kenny method. Finding showed that anger and all of its dimensions except anger-eliciting situations and anger-out predicted pain intensity. Anger and all of its dimensions predicted anger rumination. In addition, results showed that anger rumination completely mediated the relationship between anger and pain intensity. Furthermore, the mediator role of anger rumination confirmed only for internal dimensions that had a significant relationship with the pain severity, such as anger arousal, hostile outlook and anger-in. However, this mediator role of anger was not confirmed for the dimensions with external nature (such as anger-eliciting situations and anger out), and there was not any significant correlations between pain severity and these dimensions. In general, anger rumination exacerbates the negative effects of anger on the pain severity in patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Azam Nourisaeid, Reza Shabahang, Farzin Bagheri Sheykhangafshe, Maryam Saeedi, Seyedeh Maryam Mousavi,
Volume 14, Issue 1 (volume14, Issue 1(COVID-19 and Mental health) 2020)

During the COVID-19 epidemic, different individuals experience different levels of anxiety associated with COVID-19, and many of them cite the Internet and online health information. The aim of the present study was to compare the online health information utilization, online shared identity, and online shared information usage in different levels of COVID-19 anxiety. In this causal-comparative study, the statistical population of the study consisted of college students of Faculty of Literature and Humanities of Guilan University during COVID-19 outbreak in 2020. Among them, 387 students were selected by convenience sampling method and responded to COVID-19 Anxiety Questionnaire, Online Health Information Utilization Questionnaire, and Identity Bubble Reinforcement Scale. Considering the high and low total scores of the COVID-19 Anxiety Questionnaire, participants were divided into high-level COVID-19 anxiety (n=100) and low-level COVID-19 anxiety (n=100) groups. The results indicated individuals with high level of COVID-19 anxiety got higher scores in online health information utilization and online shared identity compared to individuals in low-level COVID-19 anxiety group (p <0/01). Admittedly, online shared identity is more prominent in individuals in high-level COVID-19 anxiety group and they rely more on health information available on the Internet.
Aynollah Naderi, Marzieh Malziri, Shahabeddin Bagheri,
Volume 16, Issue 2 (9-2022)

Personality traits are one of the three categories of psychosocial variables affecting stress response in the stress-injury model and have attracted the attention of many researchers in recent years. Accordingly, the current study aims to investigate the relationship between mental toughness and locus of control with the occurrence of sports injuries in soccer players. The present study was a prospective cohort study that was carried out in Khoramabad city during 1401-1399. The statistical sample consisted of 122 soccer players with ages 14 to 17 years. dispositional resilience and a sport locus of control scales were used to evaluate mental toughness and locus of control, respectively.  Our study results showed that mental toughness is a personality trait that has a direct relationship with sports injuries (p<0.05), while internal and external locus of control did not show a direct relationship with sports injuries (p>0.05). According to the present study result for every point of reduction in mental toughness, the odds of sports injuries increase by 11% (p<0.05). Soccer players who have less mental toughness may be more prone to sports injuries. Coaches and sports psychology specialists, to reduce the risk of sports injuries, can work on the mental toughness of soccer players.

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