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Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies In Predicting Risky Behaviors In Students
Faride Faramarzi *
Departmant of psychology,yasouj branch ,Islamic Azad University , yasouj, Iran
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Background: This study was conducted to investigate the effect of cognitive emotion regulation strategies in predicting risky behaviors of high school students of Yasouj.

Method: The research method is correlation. The statistical population of the study includes all male and female high school juniors of Yasuj, which includes 22 high schools and 1301 male and female students in the academic year 2018-2019 and according to Morgan's table, the sample size is set at 300 people. Cognitive emotion regulation strategies and risky behaviors have been used to collect data and analyze it and Pearson correlation coefficient and regression methods have been used for statistical analysis at the inferential level

Result: findings showed that cognitive emotion regulation can predict risky behaviors of high school students in Yasuj. The significance level for confirming the hypotheses was P <0.5.

Conclusion: cognitive Emotion regulation can predict risky behaviors of high school students of Yasuj”. The results of correlation coefficient and regression analysis. cognitive emotion regulation can predict risky behaviors among high school students of Yasuj (P <0.05). The results of this test showed that there is a significant relationship between the scores of variables related to high school students of Yasouj

Keywords: Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies, Risky Behaviors, Yasuj High School Students
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