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:: Volume 23, Issue 3 (9-2015) ::
Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2015, 23(3): 109-122 Back to browse issues page
The Role of Self-regulation Strategies and Self-Control Ability in Explaining of Problem Solving Styles
Abbasali Hosseinkhanzadeh1 , Mahboobeh Taher2 , Hossein Heydari * 3, Hatam Mohammadi1 , Alimohammad Yari4 , Fariba Hemati5
1- Guilan University
2- Mohaghegh Ardabili University
3- Hormozgan University , hossein.heydari1368@yahoo.com
4- Islamic Azad University ,Tehran Branch
5- Allameh Tabatabaei University
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Introduction: problem solving depends on several factors which among various factors the present research aimed to study of relation between self-regulation strategies and self-control capacity with problem solving styles.
 Materials & methods: The statistical population consisted of all students of Guilan University in 2011-2012 academic year, which among them a sample of 187 students (91 male and 96 female) were selected by random cluster sampling method and they completed March emotional self-regulation strategies questionnaire, Tangney’s self-control Scale (2004), and problem-solving styles scale.
Findings: there are significant positive correlations between adaptive problem solving styles with cognitive self-regulation strategies, focusing on situation, focusing on changing affect, decreasing negative affect and increase positive affect, and between non-adaptive problem solving styles with self-regulation strategy and decreasing negative affect. There are significant positive correlations between self-control capacity with adaptive problem solving styles, and significant negative correlation between self-control capacity with helplessness, inhibition, and non-adaptive problem solving styles. The results of regression analysis showed that increasing positive affect strategy and self-control capacity variables can explain 13 percent of variance of adaptive problem solving styles and increasing positive affect strategy, focusing on change affect strategy and self-control capacity variables can explain 14 percent of the variance non- adaptive problem solving styles.
Discussion & Conclusion: according to findings of this study by teaching problem-solving skills in each field, it is necessary to emphasized on affecting features and skills such as self-regulation strategy self-control capacity.

Keywords: Self-regulation, Self-control, Adaptive problem solving, Non-adaptive problem solving
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: psychology
Received: 2014/04/18 | Accepted: 2014/08/17 | Published: 2015/09/28
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Hosseinkhanzadeh A, Taher M, Heydari H, Mohammadi H, Yari A, Hemati F. The Role of Self-regulation Strategies and Self-Control Ability in Explaining of Problem Solving Styles. J. Ilam Uni. Med. Sci. 2015; 23 (3) :109-122
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