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Int J Med Invest 2022, 11(4): 159-172 Back to browse issues page
The Relationship Between Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies And Psychotherapy And Academic Burnout In Students
Behnaz Nasir Zade, Bahare Yavari * , Reyhaneh Biazar
General Psychology, Science and Research Isfahan
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Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between cognitive emotion regulation strategies and psychotherapy and academic burnout of students from the first grade to the second period of high school in Tehran city, region 2, in the academic year of 1400.
Method: The research method is a descriptive survey, for data collection, GHQ general health questionnaires and NEO personality traits questionnaire (shortened form in relation to research), and Healthy-Aru academic burnout questionnaire were used.
Results: There is a relationship between vulnerability to stress in girls and their psychotherapy, -There is a relationship between vulnerability to the stress of boys and their academic burnout, -Mental health of boys is higher than the mental health of girls, - boys' academic burnout is more than girls' academic burnout, -Academic burnout in math fields is more than other theoretical disciplines of education, between peopleism and warmth in girls and boys group, with academic and mental burnout. Their therapy did not have a significant relationship.
Conclusion: The higher the level of vulnerability to their stress, the lower the mental health of girls. The higher the boys' vulnerability to stress, the higher their burnout.
Keywords: Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies, Psychotherapy, Burnout, Stress, Mental Health.
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Nasir Zade B, Yavari B, Biazar R. The Relationship Between Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies And Psychotherapy And Academic Burnout In Students. Int J Med Invest 2022; 11 (4) :159-172
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