Volume 2, Issue 10 (9-2014)                   CPAP 2014, 2(10): 99-116 | Back to browse issues page

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Davoudi I, Eshrati T, Zargar Y, Hashemi sheikh shabani E. A STUDY OF STRUCTURAL RELATIONS OF SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS OF ADDICTION POTENTIAL. CPAP. 2014; 2 (10) :99-116
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-533-en.html
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The purpose of this study was developing, testing and modifying a model to understand the relationships between some psychological risk and protective factors to addiction potential. This study used structural equation modeling (SEM) to evaluate the associations between parenting styles and potential addiction mediated by novelty seeking, behavior problems and coping strategies in a sample of 572 third grade high school students (male: 328, female: 244) in Mashhad, Iran. The participants were selected through multistage random sampling. Data were collected by questionnaires containing, Parenting Style Questionnaire, Temperament and Character Inventory, Coping Inventory for Stressful Situation, Achenbach Youth Self-Report Scale and Iranian Addiction Potential Scale. Amos-16 model program software was applied for structural equation modeling. In general, the modified model had a good fit with the data (CFI = .90, RMSEA = .07) after deleting the coefficients without significance, and considering covariance between some of error variables. The present study found many of the predicted relations between parenting styles and potential addiction mediated by novelty seeking, behavior problems and coping strategies, although the most of purposed paths between permissive parenting style and other variables were not significant. Based on standard coefficients, emotion-oriented, problem-oriented, avoidance-oriented coping strategies and problem behaviors have more effect on addiction potential, respectively. The clinical and applied implications of results and model presented in this study are discussed in details.
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