Predicting students' aggression based on self-esteem with the mediation of patience
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The present survey intends to predict students' aggression based on self-esteem with the mediation of patience.


The research method is correlational and based on the structural equation model. In this research, a sample of 386 people is selected from among the students of Islamic Azad University (North Tehran Branch) using the multi-stage cluster sampling method. The tools used in this research were patience scale (Khormaee, Farmani and Soltani), aggression scale (Boss and Perry) and Cooper smith Self-Esteem Inventory. The evidence confirmed the reliability and validity of the scales. In order to check the research model, structural equation model method was used.


the results of the article indicate that self-esteem is a negative predictor of aggression, and self-esteem and patience predict aggression negatively and significantly.


the author of the research conclude that patience plays a mediating role in the relationship between self-esteem and aggression. In general, the findings of the research show that self-esteem reduces aggression in people by increasing patience.

Irainian Journal of The Knowledge Studies in The Islamic University, Volume:26 Issue: 92, 2023
757 to 772  
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