Health Psychology
Comparison of Meta-worry, Rumination and Cognitive Distortions in two Groups of COVID-19 Patients Recovered and Normal People

Maryam Aghel Masjedi; Haniyeh Kianimotlagh

Volume 2, Issue 1 , April 2022, , Pages 43-55

   COVID-19 has shown a high rate of spread and a high death rate. This disease puts the mental health of people in a different social class at risk. The present study was a comparison of meta-worry, rumination and cognitive distortions in COVID-19 pations recovered and normal individuals. Causal-comparative ...  Read More

Family Psychology
Investigating the Relationship between Self-control and Perceived Social Support with Marital Intimacy among Married Female Students

Narges Haj Abootalebi; Shohreh Ghanbari; Bahareh Rasoliyan; Maryam Aghel Masjedi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , August 2021, , Pages 62-74

  The family is considered the first social institution created by marriage. One of the outstanding features of a successful marriage is the intimacy between spouses. The present study aims to investigate the relationship between self-control and perceived social support with marital intimacy among female ...  Read More

Clinical Psychology
Comparison of the Effectiveness of Brief Self-Regulation Couple Therapy and Spirituality Therapy on Social Perspective Taking Mothers with Intellectually Disabled Children

Atefeh Zarastvand; Raheleh Firouzi; Maryam Aghel Masjedi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 1-14

  An intellectually disabled child has some negative effects on parents' mental health. Social Perspective-taking is one of the variables that affects mothers of intellectually disabled children. The present study aims to compare the effectiveness of Brief Self-Regulation Couple Therapy and spiritual therapy ...  Read More