Volume 2, Issue 8 (9-2013)                   CPAP 2013, 2(8): 99-108 | Back to browse issues page


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bassak nejad S, Amini F, Hashemi Sheykh shabani E. Designing and Testing Causal Model of Relation between Confronting Styles and Positive and Negative Affection and Forgiveness in Students . CPAP. 2013; 2 (8) :99-108
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-576-en.html

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This study was conducted aimed at designing and testing causal model of relation between confronting styles and positive and negative affection and forgiveness in students of university. In this causal-correlation study, statistical population was all students of Chamran University which 351 students (208 girls and 143 boys) were selected as the sample by step random method. Respondents answered to Hartland forgiveness scale (HFS), confronting style questionnaire (CSQ), and positive and negative affection scale (PANAS). Evaluation of proposed models was done using structure equation modeling (SEM) based on AMOS-16. Structure equation modeling analysis showed that proposed antecedents model are not graceful to the data and needs some requirements. Therefore, by omission of non-meaningful routes, fitting of final antecedents model with data was approved 0.06 by RMSEA. Application of Chi square test confirmed final model improvement procedure. Based on findings, strategies of confronting, through adaptive positive affection, has indirect meaningful effect on forgiveness while among non-adaptive confronting strategies, emotional confronting had indirect meaningful effect on forgiveness by negative affection. But for avoidance confronting, such indirect meaningful relation with forgiveness was not observed through negative affection.
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