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Izady A, Jahangiri A, Nazarian K. The effect of life skills training on anger control and mental health of the second high school girls of Shirvan city. sjmshm. 2020; 2 (3) :10-16
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Faculty member of Payam Nour university of Tehran
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This study presented to evaluate of effect of life skills training on emotional control and mental health of teenage girls. Method of study is testing type with available samples that teenager girls (15-17 years) who were referred for Education Counseling Center of Shirvan city, 30 persons selected and divided to two groups of control and random testing. A method that used in this study is consisted of emotional control scale of Anisi (1387), which consists of a questionnaire of 42 questions that was scoring in the form of Likert scale. In both of groups were taken pre-test and then, life skills were taught with an emphasis on teenager period for 10 sessions and at the end, once again test of emotional control were taken in both of the experimental and control groups and results were assessed using by SPSS statistical analysis software and analysis of covariance. Results of study showed that teenager girls life skills training are effective in controlling their emotions.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychiatry and Mental Health
Received: 2020/04/12 | Accepted: 2020/07/25 | Published: 2020/08/1

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