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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).
Mehrzad Farahati, Ali Fathi Ashtiani, Alireza Moradi,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (9-2010)

  The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the dimensions of Family communication patterns (conversation orientation and conformity orientation) and adolescents' Shyness. The sample the study included 367 students, 232 girls and 135 boys, who were first and second high school students in the first region of Tehran, and they were selected through multistage cluster sampling method. The subjects filled in the revised family communication patterns scale (koerner & Fitzpatrick, 2002) and Cheek and Buss Shyness scale (1981). Regression analysis was used to predict shyness by Dimensions of family communication patterns. Then, four kinds of families were extracted based on high and low scores on dimensions of family communication patterns and the adolescents’ shyness in these families was compared by using One-way ANOVA analysis. The results of regression analysis revealed that family conversation orientation had a negative and significant relationship with shyness and predicted it negatively and family conformity orientation had a positive and significant relationship with adolescents' shyness and predicted it positively. The results of the analysis of variance indicated a significant difference between these groups and showed that the children in consensual and pluralistic Families had less shyness than the children in protective and careless families. The findings of the present research showed that  families with conversation orientation, who had free, comfortable and rich relationships as a need for joyful family life, raised children who are less shy in comparison with the children being raised in the families with conformity orientation

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