Yadollah Zargar

Yadollah Zargar
Hazrat-e- Masoumeh University · Counseling

Doctor of Psychology

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BACKGROUND The present study intended to determine the effectiveness of flourish training on occupational wellbeing. The statistical population of this study were trainers of exceptional children with special needs. METHODS Thirty people were randomly selected among this population and then appointed to two experiment and control groups. Pretest-po...
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Background: In recent decades, the use of psychological methods has been considered to improve the barriers and challenges of abuse adolescent females. This study focuses on comparing the efficacy of trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and theory of mind (ToM) on social competence among abused children. Materials and methods: A...
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Background: Assessing various therapeutic methods with the intention to decrease the problems relevant to abused children is of high significance. Accordingly, the present study seeks to compare the effectiveness of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF.CBT) with an emphasis on the theory of mind on posttraumatic growth and emotional regu...
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Objective: Depression is a chronic condition comorbid with diabetes type 2 that often remains untreated. Dealing with diabetes is a challenging task for patients and can lead to depression in long term. These two conditions have a negative influence on each other and on the individual’s quality of life. The purpose of this study was to investigate...
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Background This study aimed at assessing psychometric properties of the Iranian version of child asthma self-efficacy scale. Methods The present study was a descriptive-survey research. The community sample included healthy and asthmatic children and adolescents, aged 8 to 18 years old from the city of Ahvaz. The sample consisted of 261 children,...
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Background: A fundamental question in addiction tendency is which factors propel people toward substance use. Various studies found that unsafe fields of interest are a criterion for the adoption of substance use and addicts are people with unsafe development in various areas that propel them toward substance use. Objectives: The aim of this study...
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Introduction: Post traumatic growth comes in some individuals that several psychological factors can affect in formation it. So because post traumatic growth in hepatitis B has not been studied, this study concerned with investigation of the causal relationship between personality traits and post traumatic growth with mediating role of cognitive em...
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Background: There are dierent assumptions about the factors responsible for the genesis and maintenance of eating disorders. Each of the two main types of eating disorders results from a complex interaction of emotional and psychological factors. Objectives: The purpose of the current research was to study the relationship between symptoms of eatin...
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Background: The high incidence and prevalence rates of depression among students identify them as a vulnerable population and make the case for the development of cost-effective treatments. Aims: We aimed to examine the comparative effects of brief group metacognitive therapy (MCT) versus behavioural activation (BA) treatments for depression, an...
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Introduction: Functional dyspepsia and digestive disorders are common, debilitating and costly. Little information is available about the role of stress management in terms of cognitivebehavioral treatment of dyspepsia. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral stress management on functional dyspepsia s...
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There is a great deal of medical literature suggesting that substance use disorder is a serious clinical concern, affecting general population and associated with considerable economic, societal, and personal costs. This study sought to clarify the relationship between early trauma, dissociative experience, and suicide ideation as predictive factor...
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Background: Emotions are part of the human nature and are considered as one the necessities of human life. However, if left uncontrolled or unregulated, they will create problems for the individual and others. Objectives: The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of emotional intelligence training on alexithymia of male students wi...
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The present study investigated on the relationships between attachment styles (secure, avoidant and anxious-ambivalent) and narcissism. The samples in this study consisted of 200 students (100 male, 100 female) that were selected randomly by multi stage random sampling methods. The instruments for collecting data's consisted of Narcissistic Persona...
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Background: Functional dyspepsia and digestive disorders are common, debilitating and costly. Little information about the role of stress management in terms of cognitive-behavioral treatment of dyspepsia is available. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral stress management on functional dyspepsia sym...
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Background: This study aimed at investigating the simple and multiple relationships between personality traits and addic- tion potential in university students. Methods: Three hundred and forty two students were selected by cluster sampling from the Shahid Chamran University (Iran). The scales used for this descriptive study were NEO-FFI personalit...

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