A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF PERCEIVED SOCIAL SUPPORT AND DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF WELLBEING IN MALE AND FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Introduction & Objective: previous studies suggest that satisfactory social support leads to physical health and psychological well-being. The aim of the present study was to investigate the gender differences in relation betweens different dimensions of perceived social support and different aspects of well-being in Iranian University Students.
Acute Paraplegia after General Anesthesia
Abstract- Acute paraplegia is a rare but catastrophic complication of surgeries performed on aorta and corrective operations of vertebral column. Trauma to spinal cord after spinal anesthesia and ischemia of spinal cord also may lead to acute paraplegia.
Impact of psychological problems in chemical warfare survivors with severe ophthalmologic complication,across sectional study
Abstract Background: Sulfurmustard(SM) has been used as a chemical warfare agent since the early twentieth century. Despite the large number of studies that have investigated SM induced ocular injuries,few of those studies have also focused on the psychological health status of victims. This study has evaluated the most prominent influences on the psychological health status of patients with severe SM induced ocular injuries.
Prognostic Factors in the Relapse of Graves’ Disease Following Treatment with Antithyroid Drugs
Abstract Background: Patients with Graves’ disease exhibit a considerable rate of relapse after treatment with antithyroid drugs and require ablative therapy.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate variables which can be used as prognostic factors in predicting the outcome of Graves’ disease after treatment with antithyroid drugs.
Quality of Life in College Students with and without Social Phobia
Abstract Prior studies demonstrating quality of life impairment in phobia and anxiety disorders have relied upon epidemiological samples or clinical data. Using the same quality of life scale, the Short Form36-item Health Survey(SF-36), in Iranian college students allowed us to study the impact of social phobia(SP) on quality of life among the college students.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND DEFENSE MECHANISMS
Background: Emotional intelligence as an ability to manage feelings and emotions plays an important role in individuals life and his or her success. Defense mechanisms occurring unconsciously can influence the emotions and their management and therefore are likely to change the level of individuals emotional intelligence.
Safety and efﬁcacy of sildenaﬁl citrate in treating erectile dysfunction in patients with combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder: a double-blind, randomized and placebo-controlled study
PATIENTS AND METHODS In all, 266 combat-exposed war veterans with ED (aged 37–۵۹ years) were recruited. They met the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV criteria for PTSD according to the Structured Clinical Interview for Patients, Investigator Version. The patients were also evaluated with the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale, both to establish the diagnosis of PTSD and to measure symptom severity.
The Brief Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale (BFNE): translation and validation study of the Iranian version
Background: The Brief Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale (BFNE) is a commonly used instrument to measure social anxiety. This study aimed to translate and to test the reliability and validity of the BFNE in Iran.
Methods: The English language version of the BFNE was translated into Persian (Iranian language) and was used in this study. The questionnaire was administered to a consecutive sample of 235 students with (n = 33, clinical group) and without social phobia (n = 202, non-clinical group).
Personality and Individual Differences
The purpose of the present study was to examine the relation between basic value priorities(accordingto the value theory proposed by Schwartz(1992)) and hedonic(affect balance and life satisfaction) and eudaimonic(psychological and social well-being) aspects of well-being in a sample of Iranian university students(n =200).According to the bivariate correlation analysis, achievement and tradition values were signiﬁcantly correlated with both eudaimonic and hedonic aspects of well-being.