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Safarnia A, Hoshmandi R. The Effectiveness of Pluralist Family Communication Model Education on Marital Satisfaction in Women with Premenstrual syndrome Syndrome (PMS). QJCR. 2021; 20 (78) :30-52
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PhD, Department of Psychology, Ilam Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ilam, Iran;‎
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Aim: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of teaching the pluralistic family communication model on marital satisfaction of women with premenstrual syndrome. Methods: The research method was semi-experimental with pre/post-test and control group. The statistical population consisted of all women with premenstrual syndrome who referred to marriage clinic of Kermanshah (Iran) in autumn and winter of 2016. Of these, 30 were selected by purposeful sampling and were selected through an initial interview and randomly placed into treatment and control groups in equal numbers. The Enrich Marital Satisfaction Questionnaire was used in two stages of pre-test and post-test for data collection. Group intervention of the pluralistic communicative communication model was performed on the experimental group for 9 one-and-half hour weekly sessions, while no intervention was performed for the control group. Results: The results of one-way covariance analysis on pre-treatment and treatment scores showed that the teaching of the pluralistic family communication model had a significant effect on marital satisfaction of women with premenstrual syndrome (p> 0.001). Conclusion: based on the findings of the present study, teaching a pluralistic communication model that is based on high-level dialogue plays a key role in marital satisfaction of women with premenstrual syndrome.
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Received: 2018/02/8 | Accepted: 2021/07/6 | Published: 2021/08/10

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