:: Volume 1, Issue 5 (9-2017) ::
3 2017, 1(5): 29-36 Back to browse issues page
The effect of self-determination skills training of on Primary school student’s depression.
Saeedeh Sadeghinejad , Said Bakhtiyarpour , Alireza Heidari , Behnam Makvandi
Department of Psychology, Research Science Unit of Khuzestan, Ahvaz, Iran
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Purpose The purpose of present study was the effect of the training of self – determination skills on depression of primary school students. Methodology: In this study the training of self – determination skills and depression were considered as the in dependent and dependent variables, respectively. The present study was a field test method with pretest – posttest and follow-up with control group.  The tool of this study was children’s depression inventory (CD1). The sample consisted of 30 sixth grade primary school girl student with depression (15 in experimental group and 15 in control group) who were enrolled in the 1394 – 95 academic year, who were choose using purposive sampling method and divided into two groups. Experimental and control both groups were taker pretest before the training of self – determination skills, the experimental group were provided self – determination skills and not provided to control group. Immediately after the end of the training course, both groups were taken pretests of depression inventory. Both groups were taken follow-up test about two months after the training course. Findings: The results of covariance analysis suggested that the training of self – determination skills meaningfully reduces the student’s oppression. 13at in the control group who did not receive training there was not any changes in the student’s depression. Conclusion: The result of covariance analysis shows that the training of self – determination skills during the time effects the student’s depression.
Keywords: Self – determination skills, depression, primary school students, elementary.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/04/11 | Accepted: 2017/05/15 | Published: 2017/08/23

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