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The role of attachment styles and coping with stress styles in prediction positive thinking in students. frooyesh. 2018; 7 (7) :1-16
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According to the impact of positive thinking on various aspects of people's lives, Present research is going to examine the role of attachment styles and coping with stress styles in predicting students' positive thinking. This study was descriptive cross-correlation. The Statically Population of this research was all students of Arak Islamic Azad University that among them 160 people As sample were chosen White available sampling method, The Data were collected by Collins and Reid (RASS) Adult Attachment test and the cope with stressful situation Endler and Parker (CISS) test, and positive and negative emotional state Scale (PANAS) .For data analysis, Pearson correlation and Multivariate regression analysis were used. Also, to present research Data analysis software SPSS-16 were used. The results of Pearson correlation showed that there is a significant positive correlation between secure attachments style and problem-focused coping style with positive thinking and there is a negative correlation between insecure attachment style (Avoidant and ambivalent attachment) and avoidant coping style with positive thinking. Also, Multivariate regression analysis results showed that secure attachment predicts 27 percent and problem-focused coping style predicts 37 of the students' positive thinking.

Conclusion: Based on the results of this study can be say that Attachment style and coping style are an important factor in predicting students' optimism and attention to the role of early childhood experiences and problem-solving skills in the training programs is necessary.

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Type of Article: Research | Subject: General Psychology
Received: 2016/11/26 | Revised: 2018/10/2 | Accepted: 2017/01/18 | ePublished: 2018/10/2

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