The Prediction of Phobia and Suppressed Anger from Emotional Self – regulation among Students

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

Abstract

Introduction: Every person involved in the life cycle of anxiety, depression, anger and disproportionate in the face of lie 's problems .Objective: The purpose of this study was to ascertain the prediction of phobia and suppressed anger from emotional self – regulation. Method: The sample size of this study consisted of 400 students from University of Sistan and Baluchestan that were selected by cluster sampling method. To collect the data fear Questionnaire (FQ) state – Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI) and self – regulation Questionnaire (SRQ) were applied. For data analysis Pearson correlation coefficient, Multiple stepwise Regression, simple Linear Regression were used. Results: Results from the present study revealed that blood injection and physical injured phobia had significant positive correlation with searching for options. Blood injection and physical injured phobia had significant negative correlation with formulation plans and implementing plans. The overall scores of phobia were positively correlated with searching for options. Also, results demonstrated that overall scores of anger had significant positive correlation with searching for options and assessing the plans effectiveness, but it was negatively correlated with implementing plans. Result of regression illustrated that blood injection and physical injured phobia accounted 3.5% of the variance in searching for options and they explained 1% and 1.7% of the variance for formulation and implementing plans respectively. The overall scores of anger accounted for 3.2% of the variance in implementing plans. Anger control accounted 1.8% of the variance emotional self – regulation. Conclusion: Results of this study can help people recognize their behavior as well as educational administrators, students, practitioners and consultants in the field of treatment.

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Sofia Khaneghahi, Bahman Kord Tamini

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Sofia Khaneghahi, Bahman Kord Tamini (2014). The Prediction of Phobia and Suppressed Anger from Emotional Self – regulation among Students. Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry, 1(2), 73-84. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-266489