Personality characteristics and self– efficacy in relapsed and non-relapsed addicted person

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Educational psychology Department, Azad University, North Khorasan science and research branch, Bojnourd, Iran

2 M.A in Applied Linguistic, University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish, Iran

3 M.A student in General Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Bojnourd Branch , Bojnourd,

Abstract

Introduction: People's beliefs in their efficacy play an important primitive role in providing Personality characteristics. Life-style habits and environmental hazards contribute substantially to constructing Personality characteristics in relapsed and non-relapsed addicted person. This study aimed at comparing relapse of addiction in the personality characteristics and self –efficacy of addicted individuals. The present study aims to examine the relationship between personality sketches with and self –efficacy in addiction relapse in addicted people.
Materials and method: The research sample included addicted and former addicted person with addiction and no addiction relapse who referring to Raha Kish clinical center in Iran. Participants were selected using random sampling. The instruments were the Minnesota Multiphase Personality Inventory (MMPI) and self-efficacy scale. The hypotheses were tested using multiple analyses of variance, step by step differential analysis and between subjects effect test.
Results:Results showed that there is a meaningful difference between addicted person who relapse and those who do not relapse. Also all clinical scale could predict personality sketch but 3 in those addicted who do not have relapse.
Conclusion:addicted person who do not have relapse outperform in personality sketch and self-efficacy in compare with those addicted who have relapse lapse because of lower personality trait.

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