Predicting Aggression in High School Students in Shiraz (16- and 17- Year- Old Students) based on Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Resilience

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 M.A in General Psychology

2 Dep. Psychology, Marvdasht Branch, Islamic Azad University

Abstract


The main aim of this research wasprediction of the aggression forteen girls and boys (17-18) at high schools in Shiraz based on emotion cognitive regulation (ECR) and resilience. The statistical sample contains 300 male and female students of second and third grades of high school in academic year 2016-2017 that were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling. For collecting data, aggression questionnaire, resiliency scale,and emotion cognitive regulation questionnaire were used. Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysiswas runto check the research hypothesizes. The results of multiple regression analysis showed that variables of emotion cognitive regulation and resiliency significantly predict the aggression among youth girls and boys. Also, the results of Pearson correlation coefficient showed a significant relationship between (ECR) and resiliency with aggression for high school students.
 

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