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Ajeli Lahiji L, Reza Zakeri H. Correlation between marriage and marital satisfaction with the components of sexual self-awareness of couples. FPCEJ. 2018; 3 (2) :61-80
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1- MSc, Department of Psychology, Shiraz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shiraz, Iran , lalehlahiji@gmail.com
2- Students of PhD, Educational Psychology, Department of psychology, University of shiraz,
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In fact, one of the strong pillars of marital life is having a healthy sexual relationship, and the smallest disadvantage in this connection is destroying the bases of common life. The present study was to investigate the prediction of marital satisfaction and intimacy based on the dimensions of self-awareness of spouses. The research method was descriptive correlational. The statistical population of this study was all clients of pouyesh in Shiraz in the winter of 1395. Of these, 50 (50 men and 50 women) were selected using available sampling method. For collecting data, marital satisfaction questionnaire Nathan and Hatch, Walker & Thompson Intimacy Questionnaire (1983), and Sexual Self-knowledge of Snell, Fisher, and Miller (1991). The findings showed that the dimensions of sexual self-knowledge (F = 12.58), (R = 0.55) were significantly correlated with intimacy, and 36% of the variance in marital intimacy was explained. Also, sexual heterosexuality (F = 57.6), (R = 0.048), has a significant relationship with marital satisfaction, and 23% of variance explains marital satisfaction scores. The findings of this study can be used to prevent marital conflicts. Because, according to the results of having sexual awareness, the relationship of couples is more intimate, which results in the reduction
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