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Prediction of Anxiety and Depression Prevalence According to Identity Status among Public Library’s Employees of Golestan Province

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2014.330047

Panah Salemi , Fatemeh Naghinasab Ardehaee

 

ABSTRACT

Identity is a component of personality that can help people to use proper coping strategies through crisis circumstances. The purpose of present study was to predict anxiety and depression prevalence according to identity statuses among public library’s employees of Golestan Province. A descriptive and correlation study was performed in 96 public library’s employees in Golestan Province during 2014. Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status (OMEIS) and Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS) were used as measurement instruments. Data analysis was performed using SPSS, Multivariate Regression by stepwise method and Pierson correlation. Study on identity statuses and anxiety showed elevated anxiety scores for those in the foreclosure and diffusion identity statuses and elevated depression scores among those in the moratorium  and diffusion Identity statuses. Findings indicate that prevalence of depression are predictable according to moratorium and diffusion identity statuses and anxiety prevalence are predictable according to foreclosure and diffusion identity statuses

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The Relationship Between Dogmatism And Emotional Intelligence With Psychological Well-Being

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2014.330048

Maryam Samaie, Mozhgan Sepah Mansour

 

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In various studies a correlation relationship has been seen between emotional intelligence and psychological well-being. However, no relationship has been seen between dogmatism and psychological well-being as per the studies of researcher in past works and due to the importance of the effect of this variable on psychological well-being of students the study of it has attracted the attention of the researcher and hence, the aim of the present study is toexplore the relationship between dogmatism and psychological well-being in students and for this purpose, 347 of the female students in last years of secondary school in district 2 of Tehran have been selected with the help of multistage sampling method and have completed Rey's dogmatism scale, Goleman's emotional intelligence scale, Ryff's psychological well-being scale. In the end, the data obtained from research questionnaires have been analyzed with the help of Pearson's correlation coefficient test and linear regression test and the results indicate that there is a negative and significant relationship between dogmatism and psychological well-being of students and also there is a positive and significant relationship between emotional intelligence and psychological well-being of students.

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