Volume 2, Issue 9 (1-2014)                   CPAP 2014, 2(9): 43-52 | Back to browse issues page

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Bakhshayesh A, Dehghani F. Surveying the Relation between D-personality Type, Coping Styles, and General Health. CPAP. 2014; 2 (9) :43-52
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-620-en.html
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This study was conducted aimed to survey the coping styles, general health of D-personality individuals and relations between these variables. The methodology was descriptive correlation research. Subjects were 400 students, selected by stratified sampling. DS-14 scale, general health questionnaire (GHQ), and CISS questionnaire were applied for data collection. Data analysis was done using correlation, regression analysis, and t-test. Correlation test results showed that D-personality type has meaningful relation with mental health and problem-oriented and emotion-oriented coping styles (P˂0.01). Regression analysis indicated that problem-oriented and emotion-oriented coping styles and per-sonality type have respectively more share in mental health prediction (P˂0.01). In addition, according to t-test results, there were significant and meaningful difference between D-type individuals and non-D-type individuals in their mental health and coping styles (P˂0.05). Individuals with D-type personality have less general health and emotion-oriented coping style than non-D-type. So, it seems that D-type personality can have important effect on general health and application of various coping styles.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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