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Journal:   (JOURNAL OF HEALTH BREEZE) FAMILY HEALTH   SUMMER 2015 , Volume 4 , Number 1 (13) ; Page(s) 31 To 40.
 
Paper: 

COMPARE SELF COMPASSION, COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION IN STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES

 
 
Author(s):  ABBASI MOSLEM, BAGIYAN KOLEMARZ MOHAMAD JAVAD, AYADI NADER, DARGAHI SHAHRIAR*
 
* KARAZMI UNIVERSITY OF TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Background and Objective: The students with disabilities in learning are affected by various enviromental and psychologica problems. Such problems cause cotinous disorders in the process of learning. This study therefore considers the self-pity, cognitive avoidance and emotional self-regulation in students with and without learning disabilities was.
Method: This research is, causal - comparative. The statistical population consisted of all 12-16 year old boys Nurabad city (Delfan) were enrolled in the academic year 91-90. subjects consisted of 30 male students aged 12-16 with a learning disability Nurabad city was selected by simple random sampling. And 30 students matched in the normal manner on the basis of age, birth order and socioeconomic status– were Sympathy for collecting data from its scale, avoiding cognitive and emotional self-regulation was used. Also, was used of multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) for Data analysis was used.
Results: Results of multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) showed that The mean scores of self compassion variable (except isolation) and emotional self regulation (except change affect and negative mood) in normal students was significantly higher than students with learning disabilities (p>0.001). But in component (a common feature of humans and pre-cloning) of self compassion and variable component (the position) of their emotional self-regulation, No differences were seen between the two groups of students. Also in cognitive avoidance variables mean scores in no normal student was significantly lower than students had learning disabilities.
Conclusion: These results suggest that students with learning disabilities, with high cognitive. avoidance are more likely bias in interpersonal situations, that makes the have a lower Social and psychosocial adjustment than normal kids. Also, due to lower self compassion and emotional self-regulation than normal kids thus have feeling less of adequacy & thus are afoul negative emotions.

 
Keyword(s): SELF COMPASSION, COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE, EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION, LEARNING DISABILITIES
 
 
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APA: Copy

ABBASI, M., & BAGIYAN KOLEMARZ, M., & AYADI, N., & DARGAHI, S. (2015). COMPARE SELF COMPASSION, COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION IN STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES. (JOURNAL OF HEALTH BREEZE) FAMILY HEALTH, 4(1 (13) ), 31-40. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573061



Vancouver: Copy

ABBASI MOSLEM, BAGIYAN KOLEMARZ MOHAMAD JAVAD, AYADI NADER, DARGAHI SHAHRIAR. COMPARE SELF COMPASSION, COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION IN STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES. (JOURNAL OF HEALTH BREEZE) FAMILY HEALTH. 2015 [cited 2021July24];4(1 (13) ):31-40. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573061



IEEE: Copy

ABBASI, M., BAGIYAN KOLEMARZ, M., AYADI, N., DARGAHI, S., 2015. COMPARE SELF COMPASSION, COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION IN STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES. (JOURNAL OF HEALTH BREEZE) FAMILY HEALTH, [online] 4(1 (13) ), pp.31-40. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573061.



 
 
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