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Broozi A, Fraghdani A. The effect of spouse-specific dependency on entrapment and couple burnout in married students. FPCEJ. 2018; 3 (2) :1-20
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1- M.A of clinical psychology, Department of Humanities, Saveh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Saveh, Iran.
2- Ph.D of counseling, Department of Humanities, Assistant Professor, Saveh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Saveh, Iran
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Based on the importance of sustainability of the relationship between couples, the purpose of this research was conducted to investigate the effect of spouse-specific dependency and gender on entrapment and couple burnout in married students of Islamic Azad University of Qom. Participants included 350 students of Azad University of Qom. Married men and women were enrolled in the years 2015-2016. They were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling and finally 80 students were analyzed for having entered the necessary criteria. Research data using of Spouse-Specific Dependency Scale (Rattus and O'Leary, 1997), involvement scale (Gilbert and Allen, 1996) and Couple Burnout Measurement (Pines, 2006) were collected. Results indicated that spouse-dependency and gender effect on students' couple burnout simultaneously. Role of spouse-specific dependency on couple burnout in married female students were more than married man students (F=4/2, P<0/05). Couple burnout in married students that have highly spouse-specific dependence was more than married students that have lowly spouse-specific dependency. Gender alone had no effect on couple burnout (F=0/02, P=0/9). Spouse-specific dependency and gender had no effect on entrapment simultaneously (F=0/21, P=0/65). Gender alone had no effect on entrapment (F=1/8, P=0/18). But spouse-specific dependency alone had impact on entrapment (F=5/6, P<0/05). Then spouse-specific dependency effects on students' couple burnout and entrapment.
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