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Masoud Asadi, Ali Mohamad Nazari, Bagher Sanai,
Volume 3, Issue 1 (5-2009)

The purpose of the present study was to investigate the Satir Brief Family Therapy On The Couple Communication Patterns.The research procedure was quasi-experimental with mixed design. The population of the study was volunteer couples in Gazvin city. The sample group consisted of 16 couples (8 couples in control group and 8 couples in te experimental group) that were randomly assigned into experimental and control groups. After drop out 6 couples took part as the experimental and 6 couples as the control group. The experimental group participated in 6 session of Satir Brief family therapy, while the control group was not received any treatment. "Christensen and Sullaway (1984) Communication Pattern Questionnaire (CPQ)" used as pretest, posttest and follow up measure. The Factorial Analysis of Covariance revealed that there is no significant difference between groups in Mutual Constructive of communication pattern and Mutual avoidance of communication pattern (P>0/05) , but there is a significant difference between groups Withdrawal /demand of communication pattern and demand male/withdrawal female of communication pattern  (P<0/05).
Ghasim Nabizadeh Chianeh, Shahram Vahedi, Mohammad Rostami, Mohammad Ali Nazari,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (9-2012)

This study investigated psychometric properties of the Self-Assessment Manikin (SAM) for measuring emotion in Iran. Data came from the undergraduate students of Tabriz University. This study was designed and carried out in two stages. Via cluster sampling, 128 students participated in the study to provide a measure of reliability of the 9 items researcher-made test in order to evaluate pleasure and arousal. In the second study, 92 students were chosen to determine the validity and reliability of SAM. Validity qualities were obtained through Pearson correlation and repeated measurements ANOVA. Reliability was evaluated by using test-retest (done at two weeks apart) and Cronbach's alpha coefficient. Cronbach's alpha for the researcher-made test was 0.89 and 0.83 for the pleasure and arousal dimensions, respectively. Test-retest reliability coefficient for SAM and researcher-made test was in the range of 0.55-0.78. Concurrent validity ranged from 0.56 to 0.87 and the criterion validity was acceptabl. The results of the present study demonstrated that Self-Assessment Manikin (SAM) has promising validity and reliability and could be applicable to clinical practice and future researches in Iran.
Ali Mohammad Nazari, Sajad Aminimanesh, Ali Shahini,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (12-2013)

 The aim of the current study was to investigate and compare the family structure, parental monitoring and affiliation with delinquent peers among the male delinquent and non-delinquent adolescents. It has also considered the interactions between these factors. In this Cross-sectional study, 96 delinquent adolescents and 91 non-delinquent adolescents, chosen through a convenient sampling in Tehran, completed family structure, parental monitoring and affiliation with delinquent peers questionnaires. Data was analyzed using independent sample T-test, Chi square test and Pearson correlation coefficient. Given the results of the independent sample T-test, the two groups were significantly different in terms of parental monitoring and affiliation with delinquent peers. Using Chi square test, the findings revealed that there was a significant difference between the delinquent and non-delinquent adolescents in terms of family structure. Moreover, adolescents in broken families in comparison to the adolescents in intact families reported less monitoring by their parents .The results obtained from the current study were in line with the results of the previous research and showed that distress in family structure, that weak parental monitoring and that affiliation with delinquent peers had a significant role in the delinquency phenomenon. Therefore, it seems necessary to consider these factors as the influential factors promoting delinquency.
Maryam Taghavi Jelodar, Hamid Poursharifi, Mohammad Ali Nazari, Hasan Shahrokhi,
Volume 11, Issue 1 (volume 11, issue 1, June 2017 2017)

The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of computer games with different stimulating on arousal levels in 8 to 12 years old boys using SCL index and SAM test and the method of the study is quasi-experimental design. The population consisted of all boys 8 to 12 years old at region 4 Education in Tabriz (2011-2012). The sample included 15 boys whom were selected through random sampling method. The arousal levels of participants measured via Skin Conductance Level (SCL), as a physiologic index, in 6 steps including: first baseline, first intervention (Playing the computer game with low stimulating), second baseline, third baseline, second intervention (Playing the computer game with high stimulating) and fourth baseline. In order to analyze the data, repeated measure ANOVA was used.The results showed that the levels of SCL in participants remarkably increased during the interventions phases compared with baselines phases. According to the findings of the study, computer game with high stimulating rate is more effective in raising arousal level in participants than low stimulating game.

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