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Heidari N, Pourebrahim T, Khodabakhshi Koolaei A, Mosalanejad L. Relationship between Emotional Control Expressiveness Style and Resilience Against Narcotics Substance Use in High School Male Students. JRUMS. 2013; 12 (8) :599-610
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  Background and Objective : Protective factors refer to positive action strategies that build resiliency in youth. Emotional control expressiveness style is the major protective factor that contributes to the development of resiliency in youth and the implications for building effective prevention programs in substance abuse. This research was designed to investigate the relationship between emotional control expressiveness and resilience against narcotics substance use in high school male students.

  Materials and Methods: The method of present research was cross sectional study. The sample included 180 male students 14-18 years old that were selected using multi stage random sampling from high risk area of high schools of Karaj city. Research instruments included: a) a researcher made questionnaire for demographic information, b) resilience against narcotics substance use questionnaire and c) emotional control expressiveness questionnaire (ECQ).

  Results: The results showed that the relationship between emotional control expressiveness, emotional inhibition (p=0 . 001), aggression control (p=0 . 006) and rumination (p=0 . 001) with resilience is inverse and significant. In predicting resiliency against drug use, the role of emotional inhibition plays a more predictable resiliency against drug use. Resiliency against drug use has a significant relationship with the family's economic situation. (p=0 . 024)

  Conclusion: Overall, findings support the effective role of emotions and emotional control expressiveness styles in developing resilience of adolescence against narcotics substance use. Therfore, necessary education for youths is necessary.

  Key words : Adolescence, Emotional Control, Aggression control, Resilience against Narcotics Substance Use.

  

  Funding: This research was funded by University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Science.

  Conflict of interest: None declared.

  Etical approval: The Ethics Committee of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Science approved this study.

  

 How to cite this article : Heidari N, Pourebrahim T, Khodabakhshi koolaei A, Mosalanejad L. Relationship between Emotional Control Expressiveness Style and Resilience Against Narcotics Substance Use in High School Male Students . J Rafsanjan Univ Med Sci 2013 12(8): 599-610. [Farsi]

 

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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Environmental Health
Received: 2012/03/24 | Accepted: 2013/10/28 | Published: 2013/10/28

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