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setayeshi azhari M, hajialilou R, habibzade A. The Structural Relationship of Attachment Styles and Aggression in students: The Mediating Role of Self-steam. CPAP. 2019;
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1219-en.html
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One of the most important factors self-steam problems is early childhood experiences with parents. These experiences have an important role in developing self-steam, thus in this study the aim was to examine the structural relationship of attachment styles and aggression with the mediating role of the self-steam in students. The participants included 150 high school girl students of Khoy city that were chose by available sampling method. Hazan and Shaver attachment styles scale with the Cronbach alpha coefficient 0.81, Rosenberg self-esteem scale with the Cronbach alpha coefficient 0.84, and Buss and Perry aggression scale with the Cronbach alpha coefficient 0.89 were administered. Structural equation modeling (SEM) and Sobel tests were conducted to explore direct and indirect pathways of study’s model respectively. Results showed that attachment styles and self-esteem also self-esteem and aggression in students have a direct relationships. The results indicated that self-esteem has a significant mediating role on the relationship between attachment styles and aggression. The findings of this study could help counselors and school psychologist to reduce students’ self-esteem and aggression problems.

Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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