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IJFPSS, Vol 3, No 3, Sep, 2013



Personality Temperament, Characterand Behavior


Akhmet Dyussenbayev



Existing classifications of temperament, characters, personality types and ways of behavior are the disputable issues of the present-day scientific world. The origins of the classifications rise from the ancient philosophy and medicine in China and India (VIII BCE), Greece (V BCE), Rome (II век AD), England and Germany (ХIХ), USA and Russia (ХХ). Tremendous amount of the classifications were worked out all over the world and not all of them withstood the test of time. The references to Hippocrates’ and Claudius Galenus’ classifications occur chiefly, which are tangential with regard to mentality and psychic setup and based on humoralism (humorism). Great empirical and experimental materials have been accumulated in scientific history without harmonious systematization in view of the absence of the integrated international system of classification that is the factor restraining the further development of typology. There were curious incidents during typology march. Fourier (Francois Mari Charles) described three hundred characters, for instance. Unfortunately, any ordinary person could not be able to remember all these descriptions. Since then, researches, finding and admission of the optimum types became the task of paramount importance for the scientists.

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The Effectiveness of Applying Behavior Therapy’s Techniques on Social Interaction of Autistic Children


Masume Kalantari , Majid Pakdaman, Majid Ebrahim Pour



This study was designed and implemented aimed to determine the efficacy of behavior therapy techniques on improving casting, social interaction in autism children. This study was semi-experimental and without controlled group. Sample included sixteen 7-14-year-old children who were selected by available sampling method from special autism school children in the city of Tehran. These children were participated for 2 months in therapy sessions with a psychologist specializing management. For the treatment, documented procedures were used by Ivar Lovas titled "Treatment intervention by Applied Behavior Analysis ". Garez test was used for data collection. For the analysis of data, T test of affiliated groups and the SPSS software were used. Results showed that the techniques of treatment behavioral cause to increase social interaction in autistic children. This confirms the fact that no child should be abandoned without an education program fit the children needs.

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The Effect of Channel Function Performance on Relationship Quality with Organizational Buyers: A Case Study in Iranian Food Distribution Company


Manijeh Haghighinasab, Mina Ebrahimi , Bahram Sattari , Parastoo Roghanian



The continuous changes in the world and the pressure of competition in global markets make organizations to preserve and improve long term relations with customers. Additionally, the feature of distribution network has changed the quality of relationship into a strategic opinion. This research attempts to investigate the relationship quality between distributer channel function with their organizational buyers as well as the impact of interdependence between the partners in the relationship. A survey was conducted by questionnaire instrument distributed between 243 organizational buyers of Iranian Food Distribution Company. Data were analyzed by SPSS and LISREL software. Testing a structural equation modeling showed that the operation of distributor has a positive effect on the relationship quality while the effect of total interdependence on relationship quality became negative

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