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Determination of the effectiveness of resilience training on reducing substance abuse trends and increase confidence in high school female students of Tehran. Journal of Cultural Sociology. 2019; 1 (1) :54-62
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This research was conducted with purpose of effectiveness of resilience training on reducing substance abuse trends and increase confidence in high school female students of Tehran. The research method was quasi-Experimental. Statistical population included female students in high school of Tehran. That was selected 40 students (20 people in the control group and 20 people in the experimental group) by the available sampling method. After selecting a sample and random assignment to experimental and control groups, was conducted pre-test at both groups with simultaneously. Then were trained the resilience of the experimental group in twelve sessions and were tested at the end of this term in order to compare the effect of this intervention from both groups. For data collection was used opioid orientation questionnaire, scale resiliency Connor - Davidson and self-esteem test Eysenck. To test the hypotheses was used covariance test by SPSS. The results showed, F value obtained in source group changes were significant in level (p≤0.05) for all assumptions, as resilience training is significantly more effective to increase resilience, confidence and reduce substance abuse trends. As well as resiliency training is significantly effective on reducing the overall negative expectations and increase their positive expectations and positive thinking and mental influence others and expectations of students.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/04/16 | Accepted: 2019/05/23 | Published: 2019/06/20

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