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STANDARDIZATION OF TAYLOR-JOHNSON TEMPERAMENT ANALYSIS FOR IRANIAN COUPLES AND ITS APPLICATION AT PRE-MARITAL COUNSELING

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 Start Page 86 | End Page 101

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 Introduction: Marriage is one of the five important stages of life which can be planned after graduation and employment. But growing statistics of divorce has become one of the main concerns and obstacles to reaching this crucial goal and it threaten families and society health. The best possible way to prevent divorce is to choose a suitable and right spouse or life partner.Objective: The purpose of the present study is to standardize the TAYLOR-JOHNSON TEMPERAMENT ANALYSIS scale for Iranian couples so that its reliability and validity can be determined, it may provide a qualitative and quantitative norm and it can be used in premarital counseling.Method: The statistical population of this research includes fiancées, would-be marrying people, and other couples whose marriage was under three years. To validate the test, confirmatory factorial analysis was used and to determine the simultaneous reliability Pearson correlation was applied. Moreover, Alfa Cronbach coefficient and split-half -by modifying Spearman-Brown- were used to validate the test.Result: The findings show that Taylor-Johnson scale for Iranian couples and families has high correlation with marriage satisfaction ENRICH scale. Cronbach alpha coefficient was 0.92 and validity coefficient of split-half of the test was 0.75 which is significant. Additionally, the finding of factorial analysis shows this scale has also good reliability and validity and its nine sub-scales were confirmed.Conclusion: The finding of the study suggest that “TAYLOR-JOHNSON TEMPERAMENT ANALYSIS” is a reliable and efficient instrument for PRE-MARITAL COUNSELING and can determine the compatibility and incompatibility of the couples.

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