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Journal:   JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY   FALL 2012 , Volume 6 , Number 3 (23); Page(s) 85 To 102.
 
Paper: 

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GENERAL SELF-EFFICACY AND METACOGNITION BELIEVES WITH COPING STRATEGIES IN MALE SUBSTANCE ABUSE

 
 
Author(s):  RABBANI BAVOJDAN M., RABBANI BAVOJDAN M.*, NIKAZIN A., KAVIANI N., KHEZRI MOGHADAM A.
 
* PSYCHOLOGIST COUNSELING CENTER OF MEDICAL SCIENCE OF PARADISE KERMAN UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

Aim: Aim of this study was to examine relationship between general self-efficacy and metacognition believes with coping strategies in male substance abusers.
Methods: The study design was correlation-descriptive and the statistical community consisted of all men substance abusers (N= 4,493) visited the self- introducing detoxified centers in the city of Kermanin 1390-1389. 354 patients were selected using cluster randomly sampling procedure and complete the Schwartz & Jerusalem generalized self-efficacy (1979), Wells & Matthews metacognition (1994-1995) and Billings & Moos coping responses (1981) questionnaires. Pearson correlation coefficient and path analysis method were used for data analysis.
Results: The results showed that there is positive and significant correlation between generalized self-efficacy, metacognition and its dimensions with problem-focused coping, and negative and significant correlation with emotion-focused coping. Result of path analysis revealed that Study model has a relatively good fitness and path coefficients are significant.
Conclusion: Since low general self-efficacy and disturbed metacognition properly predict the choice of coping strategies in male substance abusers, training of self-efficacy strategies and metacognition associated to choice of coping strategies in male substance abusers can prevent relapse in this people in stressful conditions.

 
Keyword(s): COPING STRATEGIES, METACOGNITION BELIEVES, SELF-EFFICACY, SUBSTANCE ABUSE
 
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