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The Efficacy of group logotherapy on resilience and loneliness of female students with love trauma syndrome. QJCR. 2014; 13 (49) :81-103
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Abstract The purpose of this research was to investigate the efficacy of group logo therapy on resilience and loneliness of female students with love trauma syndrome.The semi- experimental design: pre-post test with control group was used in this study. Populations were all female students of Kurdestan Univesity and were selected through voluntary sampling method. Sample numbers were 24 students that gained high scores on Love Trauma Inventory (1999) and randomly assigned to control and experiment groups (each group included 12 students).Also the Connor-Davidson Resiliency Surveys (2003) (CD-RISC) and loneliness scale Univarsity of California (1998) was completed by both groups. The experiment group exposed to 10 instruction sessions of group logo therapy .By ending the therapeutic period, both groups were examined by means of the mentioned inventory. Result analyzed with SPSS 21 software .Statistical methods included descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum scores) and inferential statistics (Analysis of covariance). Findings: The results showed that there is significant difference between posttest scores of resilience and loneliness at experimental and control groups (P<0/05). Also ,there was significant differences between posttest scores of love trauma syndrome in both experimental and control groups (P<0/05).The overall results indicate that group logo therapy can be used as an effective treatment on the reduce of loneliness and love trauma syndrome. It also increases the resilience level.

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Received: 2015/11/15 | Accepted: 2015/11/17 | Published: 2015/11/17

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