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ERIC Number: ED538271
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2012-Sep
Pages: 30
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 49
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Relationship between Attachment Styles with Girls Thinking Style Functions at High School in Hamadan. September 2012
Yaghobi, Abolghasem; Mohagheghy, Hosseyn; Moghadam, Nafiseh Yari; Ghodarzi, Marzieh
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Background: In recent years, the researchers had worked on attachment style theory in studying different aspects of individual and social life of adults and announce that attachment style is related to most behavior, thought and motivational behaviors. The aim of the current study was investigating the relationship between attachment styles with function of thinking styles of high school girl students in Hamadan. Methods: Participants were 340 students from the four science high schools. Some girl students were chosen randomly according clusters method and function of thinking style and attachment style were evaluated. Descriptive statistics and correlation matrix, multivariable regression, and t-test analyze were used to data analysis. Results: The results indicated that girls with insecure attachment styles were less use legislative and judicial than those with secure attachment styles. In addition students with executive thinking style were secure more than other students who used other styles and each of predicting styles had a contribution in predicting criterion variable. Conclusion: The findings of this research are not in consistent with Sternberg's predictions based on which increasing legislative and judging thinking style in students in the U.S.A. The reason of this inconsistency refers to this fact that in our society, legislative and judging thinking styles are not encouraged while it is executive thinking style which is reinforced. (Contains 6 tables.)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: High Schools
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Iran