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Ghasemi S, sharifi K. Investigating the comparison of early maladaptive schema; emotional quotient and social adjustment adolescents having tendency to dangerous behavior and normal adolescents. frooyesh. 2018; 6 (4) :45-72
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ma , sharifikabir@yahoo.com
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The aim:  of this study is to compare the early maladaptive schemas, emotional intelligence and social adjustment of adolescents with high-risk behaviors and normal adolescents.  Methods: This non-experimental study designs of correlation. The sample consisted of 380 adolescents (190 boys have a tendency to risky behaviors and normal, 190 girls have a tendency to risky behaviors and Normal) in the city shahrekord who were selected by convenience sampling method. The tool works taken, Schema Questionnaire-Short Form questionnaire Bar-on emotional intelligence, Bell compatibility questionnaire and scale of adolescent risk-taking in Iran. To analyze the data, descriptive statistics (frequency, mean and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (analysis of variance or MANOVA) was used. Result:  The results showed that the mean scores in early maladaptive schemas among adolescents (p=0/001) and female (p=0/003) has a normal tendency to risky behaviors and there are significant differences. Between emotional intelligence scores among adolescent boys (002 / 0P =) and female (p-0/005) has the general tendency to risky behaviors and there are significant differences. Also, the mean scores of social adjustment in adolescents (p=0/003) and female (p=0/002) has the general tendency to risky behaviors and there are significant differences.  Conclusion: Based on these findings, it seems that the tendency to risky behaviors can be features such as schemas, emotional intelligence and social adjustment of adolescents negatively affect their end. Therefore, it is suggested that experts and officials of health services and workshops for adolescents with behaviors risk familiar with these practices and their potential adverse consequences of such behavior be provided to hold to prevention.

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Type of Article: Research | Subject: General Psychology
Received: 2016/07/15 | Accepted: 2017/12/28 | Published: 2018/01/13

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