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THE ROLE OF DEPRESSION, FAMILY RELATIONSHIP AND SELF-EFFICACY IN THE PREDICTION OF POTENTIAL ADDICTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS

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 Start Page 70 | End Page 80

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 Background and Objectives: ADOLESCENTs as a high-risk group are prone to addiction. This research aimed to investigate the role of depression, FAMILY RELATIONShips, and self-efficacy in the prediction of susceptibility to addiction among ADOLESCENTs.Methods: The present research was a descriptive-correlational study carried out on 546 ADOLESCENTs of Lorestan province’s high school in school year 2014-2015. The samples were selected through multiple cluster sampling method. Participants responded to demographic characteristics, addiction potential, depression, FAMILY RELATIONShips, and self-efficacy questionnaires. Data were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and stepwise multiple linear regression.Results: In this study, depression, FAMILY RELATIONShips, and self-efficacy was significantly correlated with addiction potential (p<0.01). Multiple regression analysis indicated that depression, FAMILY RELATIONShips, and self-efficacy significantly predicted 37.2%, 2%, and 2.1% of addiction potential variance, respectively (p<0.0001).Conclusion: The results of this study indicated that depression, FAMILY RELATIONShips, and self-efficacy are important in the prediction of addiction potential, so that these factors can explain the high degree of variability of addiction potential among ADOLESCENTs.

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