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EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS TRAINING ON COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY AND FAMILY FUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH MARITAL DISPUTES

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 Start Page 25 | End Page 44

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 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of transactional analysis on COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY and FAMILY FUNCTIONing in women with marital disputes. The method was experimental (pretest - posttest with control group) and statistical population of the study included all the women with marital disputes referring to counseling centers in Shahrekord City at 2014. Using random sampling, 40 women were selected and then using random assignment were divided into experimental and control groups (n=20). The experimental group received eight sessions of TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS TRAINING>Finally the participants in both groups were asked to complete Family Assessment Device (Epstein, Baldwin, Bishop, 1983) and COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY Inventory (Dennis, Vander Wal, 2009). Data were analyzed by covariance analysis. The result showed significant differences between posttest scores of experiment and control groups in COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY and most of FAMILY FUNCTIONs, namely; problem solving, roles, affective, responsiveness, affective involvement, behavioral control, and general functioning (p<0.05) but the difference in the function of communication was not significant. By attention to the effectiveness of TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS TRAINING on FAMILY FUNCTIONs and COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY, encouraging couples to take part in TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS TRAINING workshops could reduce the rate of marital dissatisfaction and improve other aspects of couples’ lives.

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