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Barahimi N, Khosravi S, Samimi R. Estimation of variance of students' anger and maladaptive schemas through family communication patterns. FPCEJ. 2017; 3 (1) :41-56
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1- M.A of clinical psychology. Tehran university of science& researches. Shiraz branch. Shiraz. Iran
2- Assistant professor. Psychology department. Islamic azad university of firooz abad. Iran
3- M.A of clinical psychology. Shiraz university. Shiraz. Iran. , rezasamimi@shirazu.ac.ir
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Beyond the effect of communication patterns on family function, a great deal of psychosocial part of life affects by this patterns. Therefore, this research was done by the aim of Prediction of early maladaptive schemas (EMS) & anger based on family communication patterns (FCP). The study method was descriptive & correlation. The population of study was all the students of Islamic Azad University of Shiraz who studied in 1.st semester of 2016. By stratified sampling, 200 students were selected. The tools of this research were Young schema questionnaire short-form (1999), Koerner & Fitzpatrik FCP text-revised (2002a) & Novako anger questionnaire (1998). The correlation results show the negative relation among EMS & conversation orientation, but positive relation among EMS & conformity orientation. Results showed the rejection & abandonment was predicted negatively (β=-0/340, P<0/0001) by conversation orientation & predicted positively (β=0/146, P<0/05) by conformity orientation. Besides the impaired performance (β=-0/189, P<0/01), the impaired limit (β=-0/344, P<0/001) & the over vigilance/inhibition (β=-0/125, P<0/001) were predicted negative & significantly by conversation orientation. Likewise, negative and significant relation between anger and conversation orientation (r=-0/282, P<0/001) but positive and significant with conformity orientation(r=0/222, P<0/001). Moreover, anger was predicted by conversation orientation significantly (β=-0/231, P<0/001). As a conclusion, this research showed the impressive effects of family communication patterns on students' early maladaptive schemas & anger.
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