The current study investigated the moderating role of spiritual intelligence in the relationship between social support and death anxiety in Covid-19 patients. The research method was descriptive-correlational and the statistical population included all Iranian men and women who have experienced Covid-19 virus. Employing snowball sampling, 134 people were selected from the population. To collect the research data, AbdullahZadeh’s (2009) spiritual intelligence questionnaire, Wax’s (1986) social support questionnaire, and Templer’s (1970) death anxiety questionnaire were employed. The results were analyzed using correlation coefficient and hierarchical regression methods. Findings showed that: a) there was a significant negative relationship between social support and death anxiety, b) there was a significant negative relationship between spiritual intelligence and death anxiety, and c) spiritual intelligence in the relationship between two variables of social support and anxiety death had a moderating role.
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