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Hassan Shafiee, Alireza Aghayousefi,
Volume 6, Issue 1 (12-2012)

The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of neuroticism on processing of emotional faces in adolescents. The subjects of the study (30 subjects with high neuroticism and 30 subjects with low neuroticism) were selected based on their scores in Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (JEPQ) and also a semi-structured clinical interview was performed. Then computerized pictorial version of modified dot-probe task was carried out on them. The data were analyzed through mixed analysis of variance. The results of this study indicated that adolescents with high neuroticism showed significant vigilance to angry emotional face while adolescents with low neuroticism showed significant avoidance from angry face. The findings of this study demonstrated that personality trait of neuroticism in adolescents can cause attention biases to emotional faces.
Sajjad Basharpoor, Masomeh Shafie,
Volume 9, Issue 1 (11-2015)

There has been an increasing interest to study the dark three dark personality traits during the current years. Then, this research was conducted in order to investigate psychometric properties of Persian version of short form scale of Dark Triad personality traits in university students. The all students of University of mohaghegh ardabili in 2014-2015 educational years comprised the statistic population of this study. three hundred and ten students (115 male and 194 female) were selected by random multistage sampling method and participated in this study. The subjects responded individually to the questionnaires of three dark personality traits, big five personality and general health at classrooms. The gathers data were analyzed by exploratory factor analysis, Confirmatory factor analysis and Pearson correlation using SPSS and LISREL softwares. The results of the explorative factor analyze showed the 3 factors with eigenevalue higher than 1, this 3 factor were explaining 53/61 % of variance together. Confirmatory factor analysis indicators also implied to the optimal fitness of three-factor model of this questionnaire. The results of the Pearson correlation showed that three dark personality traits have significant correlations with factores of big five questionnaire and mental health indexes. The alpha cronbach coefficients for the subscales were obtain ranging 0/68 -0/75. Basing the results of this study, it can be conclude that short form of three dark personality triats scale has well validly and reliability for uses in Iranian populations.
Ezatollah Ghadampour, Masumeh Shafiei, Hadees Heidarirad,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (December 2017, Volume 11, Issue 3 2017)

The aim of this study was to examine the relationship cyberbullying With psychological vulnerability and suicidal thoughts in female and male students. The method of the research was correlational. The population included the Lorestan University of medical sciences students in 2016-2017. Totally, 120 subjects were selected by the random stratified sampling method. All of them completed the questionnaires included demographic information, psychological vulnerability, suicidal thoughts and cyberbullying. Data were analyzed by Pearson correlation and Fisher Z with Assistance SPSS-20 software. Girls haD more suicidal thoughts than boys.The results showed that there is a significant difference between the two groups in the correlation between the general score and the subjective components of cyberbullying (bullying and victimization). There is also a significant difference between the two groups in the variables of willingness to commit suicide with the victim and the desire for suicide with bullying. it could be argued that cyber harassment increase psychological vulnerability which was activated suicidal thoughts in uiniversity students. Thus, cyberbullying would be considered as a new interpersonal factor which may have a role in suicide thought among university students.
Masumeh Shafiei, Fazlolah Mirdarikvand, Hadees Heidarirad,
Volume 12, Issue 2 (volume12, Issue 2 2018)

The aim of this study was to examine the structural relationships of self-Compassion, cognitive flexibility and post-traumatic stress disorder. The study method was descriptive-correlation. The statistical population included all the people who were supported by the Relief Committee and the Martyr foundation of Gilane-Qarb City at the second half of 2016 due to the exposure to at least one traumatic event (including mine explosions leading to maim and death of parents). The sample of this study comprised of 190 individuals who were selected through stratified random sampling method. For collecting data, demographic information, post-traumatic stress disorder (Mississippi), self-compassion and cognitive flexibility scales were used. Collected data tested using factor analysis method and structural equation modeling. Data analysis was performed by PLS software. Results showed that indicators associated with processing model, approved the path of self-compassion traumatic stress disorder with the mediation of cognitive flexibility. In addition, self-compassion affects the post-traumatic stress disorder either directly or indirectly. Therefore, cognitive flexibility is one of the explanatory passages for self-compassion communication and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Rezvan Shafiee, Maryam Salehzadeh, Fahimeh Dehghani, Muhammad Reza Motazavizadeh,
Volume 13, Issue 2 (volume13, Issue 2 2019)

This study aimed to investigate The Role Emotional Expressiveness and Fear of Intimacy at Prediction of Quality Interpersonal Relationship at the Individuals with Cancer. This research was a descriptive study of correlational and causal-comparative. The population of this study was all Cancer Individuals of shahid Ramezanzadeh Center of Yazd. From this community, 115 people were selected via Convenience Sampling. There King  & Emmons’s emotional expressiveness, Descutner and Thelen’s Fear of intimacy and Pierce, Sarason, Sarason’s quality of interpersonal relationships were used for this research. Pearson correlation and Enter regression were used for statistical analyze. The data were analysis using spss22 software. . Findings indicated that there is a significant and Negative relationship between Fear of intimacy with quality of interpersonal relationships (-0/379) and there is a significant and Positive relationship between emotional expressiveness with quality of interpersonal relationships (0/598). According to the findings, 49 percent of the variance in quality of interpersonal relationships are explained by emotional expressiveness and Fear of intimacy.

Dr Marzieh Sadat Sajadinezhad, Dr Mahdieh Shafieetabar,
Volume 16, Issue 4 (Volume18, Issue 4 2023)

The aim of this study was to evaluate the structural model of explaining social-emotional assets based on emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity with the mediating role of patience. The design of the present study was applied and correlational by structural equation modeling. Sample of the study were 625 (399 girls and 226 boys) were selected by cluster random sampling add answered the social-emotional assets and resilience scale, emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity questionnaires and patience scale. Pearson correlation methods and structural equation modeling were used to analyze the data. The results showed that both the variables of Patience and emotional intelligence had direct and significant effects on social-emotional assets and the mediating role of the patience in the relationship between emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity with social-emotional assets was significant, too. Overall, the results of this project showed that emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity have significant effects on social-emotional assets with mediating role of patience. So, fostering of this moral virtue could beneficial for reinforcement of social-emotional assets.

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