July 20, 2024
Mostafa Dehghani

Mostafa Dehghani

Academic Rank: Assistant professor
Address: Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iran
Degree: Ph.D in Family Counselling
Phone: 077
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Research

Title
investigate the role of hyperemotional style, marital adjustment and parental identity processing in predicting dominance and fear of negative evaluation by others in children
Type Thesis
Keywords
سلطه پذيري، ترس از ارزيابي منفي، سبك فراهيجاني، سازگاري زناشويي، پردازش هويت والدين.
Researchers maryam beygi (Student) , Mahnaz Joukar (Primary advisor) , Mostafa Dehghani (Advisor)

Abstract

Background: Being dominance and fear of negative evaluation by others in children has many psychological consequences for children. Aim: The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of hyperemotional style, marital adjustment and parental identity processing in predicting dominance and fear of negative evaluation by others in children. Methodology: The method of this research was descriptive and correlational. All the students and their parents were the statistical population of this study in 4 girls' schools of the first secondary school (2001-1400) in Bushehr city, and 223 of them were selected from among all the students and their families. To collect information, questionnaires of the short form of Leary's Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale (1983), Ivelini's Transemotional View of Parents (2006), Spanier's Marital Adjustment (1976), Berzonsky's Identity Processing Styles (2013) and Bern Reuter's Multifaceted Personality (1935) were used to collect information. became. The obtained data were analyzed using Pearson correlation tests and multiple regression analysis. Results: Dominance and fear of negative evaluation have a significant negative correlation with hyper-emotional style, informative style, normative style and marital adjustment, and a significant positive correlation with confused/avoidant style. 54% of the variance of dominance and 47% of the variance of the fear of negative evaluation of others in children can be predicted based on hyper-emotional style, marital adjustment, and parents' identity processing styles. Conclusions: Based on the findings of the research, hyperemotional style, marital adjustment and parents' identity processing styles can predict children's domineering and fear of negative evaluation; Therefore, it can be stated that by modifying the identity processing styles and improving the hyper-emotional style and marital adjustment, the domineering and fear of negative evaluation of the children can be reduced.