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Minoo Pouravari

Minoo Pouravari
KU Leuven | ku leuven · Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences

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Introduction
Minoo Pouravari is a joint Ph.D. student in clinical psychology at KU Leuven and Alzahra University. She received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a master's degree in counseling. She does research in developmental psychology and psychopathology. Her main research interests are attachment theory and mentalization, with a specific focus on the adolescence period. In her doctoral research, she works on depression and suicide in adolescents from a cultural viewpoint.

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To better understand the attachment-depression link among undergraduate students in Iran, the current study examined reflective functioning (RF) and loneliness as variables explaining the relationship between attachment avoidance and anxiety and depressive symptoms. Participants were 423 undergraduate female students in Tehran, Iran, aged between 1...
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Abstract Infidelity is a harmful and a main problem in the therapy of couple relationships. The present study examined the reliability, validity and factor structure of the attitudes toward the infidelity scale among the patients referred to counseling centers in Tehran. 528 participants (185 females and 343 males) were selected by convenience samp...
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Objectives The present study aimed to recognize bullying behavior in the students in Iran and analyze the perception of school teachers and parents in this regard. Materials and Methods Several semi-structured interviews and observations were conducted with four teachers and eight parents of children involved in bully/victim problems and the analy...
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Introduction: Nowadays aggression is one of the major problems that have been seen in several levels and dimensions around the world. The present study investigated the effect of group choice theory and reality therapy training on the reduction of aggression among female high school students. Methods: The study employed a quasi-experimental method...
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Introduction: This study provides an overview of interventions, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, behavioral parent training for aggressive behavior, and peer problems of children with conduct disorder (CD) worldwide. Conduct disorder is one of the main externalizing disorders listed in DSM-5 among children and adolescents. Children with this...
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Background & Objectives: This study examined the prevalence of behavioral disorders in middle and high school students in the Province of Qom. Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive design was employed to investigate 762 students (382 middle and 380 high school students) who were selected through a multi-stage cluster sampling method. Data collect...
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Introduction: The consequences of the increasing use of the Internet for young people have became of interest for researchers in the field of sociology and psychology. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of parental acceptance, rejection, and control in Internet addiction of female students. Methods: The study population consisted o...
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Introduction: This study investigated the relationship between symptoms of anxiety in children and early maladaptive schemas in children and their mothers. Early maladaptive schemas are dysfunctional ways of thinking, feeling and behaving that develop as a result of adverse experiences with significant others in childhood, and lead to a higher risk...

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