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Research code: A-10-7781-3
Ethics code: IR.IAU.SDJ.REC.1402.084
Clinical trials code: 1234


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Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Islamic Azad University, Qorveh Branch, Qorveh, Iran , farzadzandi547@yahoo.com
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The aim of the current research was to investigate the psychological components of hypocrisy and the effectiveness of the completed program based on the dimensions of the academic well-being components of the Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences. In terms of methodology, the current research was part of qualitative research using thematic analysis method, the statistical population of the research included sources and scientific content and documents, and expert professors and specialists, and in the quantitative part, nursing students of Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences. From the point of view of methodology, the present research was a part of mixed research, therefore, it was carried out in two parts, qualitative and quantitative. The statistical population in the qualitative part included scientific sources and content and documents, expert professors and specialists, and in the quantitative part, nursing students of Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences. The tools of data collection in the qualitative part, library studies and in the quantitative part, three questionnaires asking opinions from experts, and academic imposter based on the qualitative results made by the researcher and the academic well-being questionnaire (Tominen-Swini, 2012) were used. it placed. The results of the quantitative part showed that the educational program based on the model of academic pretense on both variables of academic pretense with the f value calculated equal to 17.57 and the significance level less than 0.05 and the academic well-being variable with the f value calculated equal to 16.05 and the significance level Less than 0.05 had a significant effect.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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