The Effectiveness of Happiness education on life expectancy of divorcing spouses using Fordyce method

Journal Title: Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry - Year 2014, Vol 1, Issue 2

Abstract

Objective: this study has done to determine the efficacy of happiness on life expectancy using method of Fordyce in divorcing spouse that referred counseling centers in Borazjan city. Methods: the Method is semi-experimental study (intervention) that initially done between disappointed couples at being divorcing, and 30 couples were selected by random sampling. Of these 15 pairs, 15 pairs as a control group and 15 pairs as an experimental group were randomly organized. To get a data, "Hopefully Miller" questionnaire was used that the material consists of 48 items and each were divided by 5(0-4) that any points increase it would be as a greater hope. The implementation of process was that the first life expectancy scale in seven sessions of 90 minutes and the end for two groups, post-test was conducted. Reliability, validity and the structure of Analysis scale was calculated and scores were computed for model under studied. For Analysis the t-test scale of the independent group and covariance analysis (ANCOVA) was used. Results: Results of t-test independent samples with regard to control of subjects age and education indicates a Significantly effectiveness of happiness education in Fordyce method on increase of life expectancy in divorcing spouses in compared with control group. The scale indicates the, life expectancy is higher by education on the other hand the findings suggest the importance of happiness education on life expectancy among devorcing spouses in Fordyces way. Conclusion: After the test, in accordance with Tables 1 and 2 it has been determined that education of happiness in method of Fordyce's in increasing of life expectancy in divorcing spouse was effective.

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Habibollah Naderi, Masomeh Mokhtari Mirkolah, Maryam Mohammadpour

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Habibollah Naderi, Masomeh Mokhtari Mirkolah, Maryam Mohammadpour (2014). The Effectiveness of Happiness education on life expectancy of divorcing spouses using Fordyce method. Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry, 1(2), 28-39. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-266456