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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).
Hamid, Asadi, Mohammad Bagher Kajbaf, S. Ali, Kolahdouzan, Saaid, Godarzi, Sorya, Hoseinirazi,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (9-2014)

        This study aimed to design a predictive model to identification of protective and risk factors in college student at the risk of mental disorders. This research was designed according to the correlation analysis, and the sample society (560 students) was selected from 4564 students of ShahidBeheshti University using Stratified Random Sampling Method. The collected data was based on the General Health Factors Goldberg, Social Support Bakhshipoor, Piravi and Abediian, Coping Strategies Endler and Parker, the Suicide Risk Scale of Northwest Behavioral Health Research Center, and Mentor Research Institute Scale. The data was then analyzed using logistic regression.The results showed that religious beliefs, social support, and problem-focused coping strategies effectively decrease and emotion-focused coping strategies and record of mental disorders effectively increase the risk of mental disorder. The benefit of having a more-developed religious belief can decrease the odds the risk of mental disorder to than 0/34 sized (-0/66), social support to than 0/64 sized (-0/36) and problem-focused coping strategies to than 0/77 sized (-0/23), While having a record of mental disorder and emotion-focused coping strategies can respectively increase the odds the risk of mental disorder to 4.35 and 1.95. By designing a predictive model, we can reinforce the protective factors and control the risk factors in order to use them for primary preventive models.        
Peyman Mamsharifi, Faramarz Sohrabi, Hanieh Rezaeifar, Haniye Rouzbehani, Nazanin Asadi, Sara Shabanian Aval Khansari, Zahra Roshanghias,
Volume 14, Issue 3 (12-2020)

The aim of this study was to predict mental health based on social support and personality traits. The method of this research is descriptive-correlational. The statistical population was all members of Red Crescent Society of seven provinces of Iran (East Azerbaijan, West Azerbaijan, Ardabil, Zanjan, Gilan, Kerman and Hormozgan) that 218 of them were selected the census method as the research sample. Measurement tools include, Social Support Questionnaire, Symptom Check List-25 and Neo Five Factor Inventory. Then data was analyzed by Pearson correlation and Stepwise regression. The results showed that there was a significant negative relationship between social support and mental health. There was also a significant positive relationship between neurotic personality dimension and mental health (high scores in the mental health questionnaire indicate low mental health). The results of stepwise regression analysis also showed that social support and neurotic personality dimension were able to explain and predict 20% of the variance of the mental health. Based on the research results, it can be said that social support and personality traits can play a significant role in promoting mental health in individuals and the need to pay attention to these important variables in mental health promotion programs should be considered.

Dr. Fateme Dehghani-Arani, Msr. Zahra Asadi, Dr. Hojjatollah Farahani,
Volume 17, Issue 4 (Volume17 Issue 4 2024)

The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between the desire to help others and resilience with growth after trauma with assessing the moderating role of guilt related to trauma in people with a history of covid-19 disease in close relative. For this purpose, 189 people who had one of their relatives admitted to the special care department of the hospital due to the covid-19 disease in the last six months were selected in an accessible method and completed the post-traumatic growth, resilience, trauma related guilt and altruism questionnaires. Based on the results of multiple regression analysis, trauma related guilt did not play a moderating role in the relationship between resilience and prosocial behaviors. In contrast, trauma-related guilt had a moderating role in the relationship between post-traumatic growth and willingness to help others. The conclusion from the findings of the present study can be indicative of the role of interpersonal and intrapersonal factors in promoting adaptation and even growth of people following traumatic experiences.

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