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Research code: ندارد
Ethics code: IR.IAU.TABRIZ.REC.1401.132
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Payam M, Mahmoud aliluo M, Alivandi vafa M. The role of couple burnout and attachment styles in predicting emotional. RJMS 2024; 31
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-8219-en.html
Professor, Department of Psychology, Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran , m-alilou@tabriz.ac.ir
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Purpose: Couple burnout and attachment styles are considered as effective factors in the occurrence or continuation of emotional divorce. The purpose of the current research is to predict emotional divorce based on attachment styles and couple burnout.
Method: This research is applied in terms of its purpose and descriptive of the correlation type in terms of research method. The statistical population of this research included all divorce applicants in Tabriz metropolis. A number of 250 people were selected as a sample using convenience sampling and Gutman's Emotional Divorce Scale, Attachment Styles Questionnaire and couple burnout Scale were implemented in them. Data were analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficient and multivariate regression in SPSS-24 software.
Findings: The results showed that secure and ambivalent attachment style has no significant relationship with emotional divorce, and avoidant attachment style and emotional divorce have a significant positive relationship. Also, avoidant and ambivalent attachment style has a significant positive relationship with couple burnout and secure attachment style has a significant negative relationship with couple burnout. The results showed that attachment styles have an effective role on emotional divorce and couple burnout.
Conclusion: Due to the increase in emotional divorce, a program can be formulated so that with its help, couple burnout and pathological attachment styles can be directed or corrected.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Pathology

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