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Raiisi F, Tehranizadeh M, Amini F. Determining the Contribution of Quality of Life for Addicts based on Family Communication Pattern and Spiritual Intelligence. Health Educ Health Promot 2020; 8 (3) :155-160
URL: http://hehp.modares.ac.ir/article-5-44351-en.html
1- Institute of Cognitive Science, Tehran, Iran , elhamaraiisi@gmail.com
2- Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Education, Payame-Noor University, Tehran, Iran
3- Department of Health Education & Health Promotion, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
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Aims: Quality of life is a variable that can be related to a variety of psychological variables. The present study aims to investigate the relationship between the family communication model and spiritual intelligence and quality of life among addicts, as well as predict their quality of life based on family communication model and spiritual intelligence.
Instruments & Methods: This study is correlational. The study population consisted of all addicts of Tehran. The sample size was 150 addicts who were studying in 2019. They were selected by a purposive sampling method. Data were collected by King's Spiritual Intelligence Questionnaire (2008), World Health Organization Quality of Life Scale (WHO) and family communication patterns questionnaire (Fitzpatri & Ritchi, 1994). For data analysis, correlation and regression have been used. Data were analyzed using software SPSS 22.
Findings: The findings indicated that there is a significant relationship between family variables or family patterns, spiritual intelligence, and their components with quality of life and its components. 16.8% of the variance in quality of life variables is explained by two variables of family communication patterns and spiritual intelligence.
Conclusion: It is possible to predict the quality of life of students through two variables of family communication patterns and spiritual intelligence. Many of the psychological, environmental, and family factors are related to the quality of life of students and one of the most important ones, as the results of this study suggest, is family communication patterns and spiritual intelligence.
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Article Type: Descriptive & Survey | Subject: Quality of Life
Received: 2020/07/11 | Accepted: 2020/08/17 | Published: 2020/09/20
* Corresponding Author Address: Institute of Cognitive Science, Shaid Chamran Bulv., Cognitive Science Buvl.; Edalat Sq., Phase 4, Pardis City, Tehran, Iran. Postal code: 1658344575.

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