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Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2018, 25(5): 170-179 Back to browse issues page
A Mediator Role of Self-Control in Relation of the Attachment Styles and Angry in High School Female Students of Ilam
Roya Hashemi1, Jahansha Mohammadzade *2, Masoud Hatefi3
1- Dept of Education Ilam City,Ilam, Iran
2- Dept of Education Ilam City,Ilam, Iran , jahansham252@gmail.com
3- Dept of Nerouloge, Faculty of Medicine,Ilam University of Medical Sciences
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Introduction: Attachment Styles as mechanisms to regulate emotions can determine anger patterns in childhood and adolescence   because adult attachment patterns also remain. Lack of Anger self-control not only would lead to interpersonal problems but also can cause a variety of physical and psychological problems.
Materials & methods: The present research has been done to study the mediator role of self-control in relation with Attachment Styles and anger. The research is a kind of correlative studies which is considered as structural equations. The statistical population of the research consisted of all secondary school students in the city of Ilam. 235 girl students were selected as the sample with cluster sampling.  The research instruments include adult styles of interest (RAAS),  Tangeny self-control (2004), and Anger Scale (STAXI-2). Structural equation modeling was used to assess the proposed model.
Findings: The results demonstrate that there is a significant relationship among Attachment Styles of self-control and anger P<0/01. Also there is a significant positive relationship between self-control and student’s anger P<0/01, and self-control in relation with the Dependent and Anxious Styles with anger has the role of mediator P<0/05.
Discussion & conclusions: Conclusively, having an eye on the results of the research and clarifying the relationships and the role of the Attachment Styles and self-control to predict student anger, it is suggested that special training programs be available to professionals in the field of education and the family

Keywords: Attachment styles, Self-control, Anger, Students
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Received: 2016/02/9 | Accepted: 2016/06/8 | Published: 2018/01/21

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