Fatemeh Samiee

Fatemeh Samiee
University of Isfahan · Department of Counseling

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Abstract Background and Aims: Academic commitment in students is influenced by various psychological factors. In this research, was studied the role of psychological capital (i.e., hope, optimism, self-efficacy, resilience) in students' academic commitment. Methods: In this correlational study, 300 students from the faculty of humanities in Univers...
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The present study aimed to study the effect of business education on the attitudes of the secondary school male student towards major selection. The population of the study were all male secondary students in Isfahan in the year 2013/2015. The sample was a group of 44 students were placed in the experimental and 44 in the control group. In this stu...
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The present study aimed to study the effect of business education on the attitudes of the secondary school male student towards job market and career-related self-concept. The populations of the study were all male secondary students in Isfahan in the year 2013/2015. The sample was a group of 44 students were placed in the experimental and 44 in th...
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The aim of the present study was to examine the internal reliability, content validity, construct validity, and concurrent validity of the Persian translation/Farsi version of the Oxford Happiness Inventory. The Oxford Happiness Inventory and Fordyce Happiness Inventory were completed by a sample of 727 Iranian university students. Findings confirm...
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The purpose of the present study was to determine the relationship between values-system and creativity among the first-year students of University of Isfahan. The sample consisted of 100 first- year students whose age range was between 18-27 and were selected randomly through multi-stage cluster sampling. The questionnaires consisted of values tes...

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