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Majidi Yaychi N, Hasanzadeh R, Faramarzi M, Homayouni A R. Modeling the Relationship between Early Maladaptive Schemes and Mediating Health Promoting Behaviors on Students' Mental Health. MEJDS. 2018; 8 :43-43
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1- Babol Unit, Islamic Azad University
2- Islamic Azad University, Sari
3- Babol University of Medical Sciences
4- Bandar Gaz branch, Islamic Azad University
Abstract:   (786 Views)
Background & Objective: Mental health is an important variable that is affected by many factors. General health includes behaviors in which a person has proper nutrition, regular exercise, avoidance of destructive behaviors, timely diagnosis of disease symptoms, stress management, adaptation and correction of interpersonal relationships in the social dimension, and the potential for improving quality of life it has a mental health and emphasizes the improvement of life's behaviors. Young people are critical in shaping the future generation and promoting community health because they are considered to be relatively healthy in health promotion efforts worldwide. Adolescence is regarded as a vital period due to significant physiological, cognitive and psychological changes. It is likely that adolescent students will be affected by early maladaptive schemas, which are shaped in the past years of life. Early maladaptive schemas are the result of childhood traumatic experiences that gradually become patterned as ineffective behaviors. These schemes, without being aware of them, are dominant in his cognitive system; they are self-sustaining and show high resistance to change. When the early maladaptive schemas are activated, levels of excitement are released, and direct or indirect leads to various forms of psychological disturbances such as depression, anxiety, inability to work, substance misuse, interpersonal conflicts, lack of Attention to health and wellness and so on. According to the above, the present study intends to investigate the relationships between initial maladaptive schemas and the mediation of health-promoting behaviors due to the full range of links between early maladaptive schemas and health-promoting behaviors and mental health. Mentally.
Methods: This research was correlation research based on Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The statistical population consisted of all secondary and secondary school students in Sari, selected by multi-stage cluster sampling. The data gathering tool included the scale of early maladaptive schemas (Yang, 1994), mental health scale (Goldberg, 1979), and the scale of health promotion behaviors (Walker, 1987). For data analysis, structural regression equation modeling used and data analysis was performed using SPSS 24 and Amos 23 software.
Results: The results showed that there was a significant positive correlation between the variables of early maladaptive schemas and mental health and a negative correlation between health promotion behaviors and mental health (p<0.001). According to the final model of research, the exogenous variable has the predictive power of mental health variable, and the research model was generally approved. Health promoting behaviors have a predictive role in mental health.c
Conclusion: The results showed that there was a significant positive correlation between the variables of early maladaptive schemas and mental health and a negative correlation between health promotion behaviors and mental health (p<0.001). According to the final model of research, the exogenous variable has the predictive power of mental health variable, and the research model was generally approved. Health promoting behaviors have a predictive role in mental health.
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Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2018/09/8 | Accepted: 2018/12/21

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