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The Relationship between Identity Styles and Spiritual Intelligence with Emotional Divorce in Married Students
H SheihkNejad , H Saemi , H Akbari Daghi
Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Azadshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Azadshahr, Iran
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Background & aim: In recent years, the ominous phenomenon of the emotional divorce has shaken the foundation of families and consequently the moral and social foundations of the whole society. This phenomenon diverted the society into various problems. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between identity styles and spiritual intelligence with emotional divorce in married students of the Islamic Azad University of Gonabad.
Methods: This study was conducted using the descriptive and correlational design. The statistical population of this study was all married students studying at the Islamic Azad University of Gonabad. The sample size was 313 people (160 males and 153 females) who were selected by available sampling method. The data were collected using questionnaire of Berzonsky Identity Styles Questionnaire, King's Spiritual Intelligence Scale, and Gottman Emotional Divorce Questionnaire. Data analysis was performed using Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis.
Results: Findings indicated that the information identity style (r=-0.264), normative          (r=-0.154), confusion- avoidance (r=0.138), commitment (r=-0.181), and spiritual intelligence (r=-0.181) were correlated with emotional divorce. In addition, regression analysis results were significant for predicting emotional divorce based on identity styles and spiritual intelligence.
Conclusion: It can be concluded that style of identity and spiritual intelligence are effective factors in emotional divorce. Therefore, studying the type of identity style and spiritual intelligence of couples can provide useful information to family counselors and psychologists.
Keywords: Identity Styles, Spiritual Intelligence, Emotional Divorce, Student
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Type of Study: correlation design |
Received: 2017/08/29 | Accepted: 2017/12/1 | Published: 2018/05/8
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SheihkNejad H, Saemi H, Akbari Daghi H. The Relationship between Identity Styles and Spiritual Intelligence with Emotional Divorce in Married Students. JHC. 2018; 20 (1) :48-56
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