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JHPM 2020, 9(1): 59-68 Back to browse issues page
Predictive Role of Emotional Repression, Anger and Interpersonal Problems in High-risk Behaviors of Tabriz University Students
Rasoul Heshmati, Sepideh Farajpour Niri , Leila Kehtary
Faculty of Education & Psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran , sepidfarajpour@gmail.com
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Introduction: Management of high-risk behaviors requires identifying influential and predictive factors. This study aimed to predict the role of emotional repression, anger dimensions, and interpersonal problems in high-risk behaviors of Tabriz University students.
Methods: This study is a descriptive-correlation study. After the initial interview, 270 Tabriz University students who had at least one high-risk behavioral experience were selected through available sampling. Participants included the "Spielberger's State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory-2" (STAXI-2), the "Weinberger's Adjustment Inventory," the "Interpersonal Problem Log" (IIP-32: Inventory of They completed the Interpersonal Problems -32) and the High-Risk Behavior Questionnaire. The validity of the questionnaires was confirmed in previous studies, and reliability was measured and confirmed using Cronbach's alpha. Data were analyzed by SPSS 22 software.
Results: Among the components of research, the components of consideration of others (β = - 0.35), aggression (β = 0.46) and support and participation (β = - 0.33), anger suppression and aggression (β = 0.49). Tendency to physical anger (β = 0.42) and anger expression- in (β = 0.29) were able to predict high-risk behaviors. Based on the coefficient of determination, it can be said that in general, the criterion variables in the model can explain 16% (R2 = 0.16) of the variance in the risk behaviors variable.
Conclusions: Emotional repression, dimensions of anger, and interpersonal problems are essential determinants of high-risk behaviors. Therefore, it is suggested that programs such as emotion management and interpersonal problem-solving skills be included in high-risk behavior programs.
Keywords: High-risk behavior, Emotional repression, Anger, Interpersonal Problems, Students
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: health management
Received: 2019/01/2 | Published: 2020/02/29
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Heshmati R, Farajpour Niri S, kehtary L. Predictive Role of Emotional Repression, Anger and Interpersonal Problems in High-risk Behaviors of Tabriz University Students. JHPM. 2020; 9 (1) :59-68
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