Causal Relationship between Spiritual Intelligence and Addiction Potential with the Mediating Role of Meta-Cognitive Beliefs and Academic Hardiness
The aim of this study was to model the structural relationships between spiritual intelligence and addiction potential with mediating role of meta-cognitive beliefs and educational hardiness through in Azad University students of Tehran.
A descriptive-correlational research method with a causal nature was used in this study. The statistical population of this study consisted of all students of Azad University of Tehran in the academic year of 2016-17. From among this population, 361 students were chosen via random cluster sampling method and responded to Zargar's Addiction Potential Scale, Halton & Wells's Metacognition Questionnaire, King's Spiritual Intelligence Self-Report Inventory, and Benishek & Lopez's Academic Hardiness Scale.
Using structural equation modeling and path analysis, spiritual intelligence, with mediating roles of metacognitive beliefs and educational hardiness could explain 10% of addiction potential among students of Azad University of Tehran. Additionally, spiritual intelligence had a direct effect on addiction potential.
Considering the predictive power of the mentioned variables, one can use the findings of this study for developing addiction prevention programs and formulating educational interventions in addiction withdrawal clinics
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Research on Addiction, Volume:12 Issue:47, 2018
135 - 156  
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