Modeling the relationship between parents'domestic violence on students' externalized and internalized behaviors mediated by psychological flexibility
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The aim of this study was to test the model of the relationship between parents 'domestic violence on students' externalized and internalized behaviors mediated by psychological flexibility. The research method is a descriptive structural equation modeling. The statistical population of this study was all male high school students in Guilan province. The sample size includes 431 students who were selected virtually in the form of an invitation message due to the outbreak of the coronavirus and restrictions. Subjects completed the Domestic Violence Questionnaire, Adolescent Self-Report Form, and Acceptance and Action Questionnaire, and data analysis was performed using Pearson correlation coefficient and structural equation modeling. The results showed that the indirect effect of parental domestic violence and internalized and extroverted behaviors (ie when psychological flexibility is used as a mediating variable) is greater than the direct effect of the calculated variables. The research hypotheses are confirmed and the root mean square approximation index indicates that the model has a good fit (RMSEA = 0.037).
Journal of Social Psychology, Volume:10 Issue: 65, 2023
15 to 29  
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