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Volume 12, Issue 47 (9-2013)
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The main aim of present research was to study the role of hope, loneliness feeling and their components in prediction of elders' life satisfaction. The method of this research was descriptive-correlational. For this purpose, 300 elders were selected by Available sampling method and loneliness feeling, hope and life satisfaction questionnaires were administered among selected sample. Data were analyzed by using Pearson correlation and stepwise regression analysis. The results showed that there is significant positive relation between hope, and life satisfaction. Also, there is a significant negative relation between loneliness feeling and its' components with life satisfaction. The results of regression analysis showed that the loneliness feeling has important and significant role in life satisfaction and explain overall 28% of the variance of life satisfaction. Also, loneliness feeling and hope have respectively a significant role in prediction of life satisfaction. The results indicate that reduction of loneliness feeling and enhancement of hope in elders can help to their health, compatibility and life satisfaction.


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Volume 12, Issue 48 (10-2013)
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The aim of this research was to investigate the effectiveness of logo therapy on life satisfaction and academic performance in high school female students in MasjedSoleiman city. The research method was semi experimental with per-posttest, follow-up and control group. The sample consisted of 40 subjects who were matched from age, educational status, gender, having one standard deviation below the mean in life satisfaction scale (MSLSS). Then randomly divided into two group as experimental and control. The instruments were(MSLSS) and academic performance. The data were analysed with (MANCOVA). The results indicated that there was a significant difference between experimental and control group (P< 0.0001). These results significantly persisted after follow up period. .


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Volume 14, Issue 56 (1-2016)
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The purpose of present research was study on relationship between child-parent conflict and student’s academic self- concept with their life satisfaction. Method of research was correlation studies. The study population was all of male and female students in junior high school in Namin. The sample were 293 students of third graders that selected by using multistage cluster sampling method. Research instrument were Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS),Yi- Hsin Chen School self-concept inventory and Conflict Tactics Scales (CP). The data were analyzed with Pearson correlation and multiple regression methods. The results showed there was positive relationship between academic self- concept with student’s life satisfaction and there was negative relationship between child-mother conflict with student’s life satisfaction. The result of multiple regression showed that academic self- concept and mother’s verbal aggression are able for prediction the student’s life satisfaction. Other predictor variables are not able for prediction the student’s life satisfaction. Based on the results of the current study, it is concluded that Attempts to form positive academic self-concept and reduce conflicts between parent-child among adolescents have important contributions to their life satisfaction.


Dr Mohamadsajjad Seydi,
Volume 17, Issue 66 (7-2018)
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Aim : This study aimed to investigating the role of Satisfaction with family life and the Quality of family life in the Anxiety and depression in children and other objective was to test the mediating role of parenting stress.
Methods: For this purpose 499 parents of female students were selected by random cluster sampling. They completed the Kansas Family Life Satisfaction Scale Family, Quality of Family Life Scale, Parenting Stress Index - Short Form and  Rutter Child Behavior Questionnaire. Data were analyzed by structural equation modeling.
Results: The results of data analysis showed all paths Satisfaction with family life and the Quality of family life to Anxiety and depression has been significant and negative.
Conclusion: Parenting stress played a mediating role and was a good model fit indices. Either Focus on Quality factors created in family life and Reduce parenting stress to Reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression in children.



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