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Prediction of Anxious Thoughts and Prospective Student s Ruminants Based on Parents Parenting Styles

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Year: 2017
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Authors Prediction of Anxious Thoughts and Prospective Student s Ruminants Based on Parents Parenting Styles

  Kourosh Mohammadi - Department of psychology, Hormozgan University, Bandar Abbas, Iran
Elham Zandasta - Ph. D Student of Psychology, Bandar Abbas Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bandar Abbas, Iran

Abstract:

The view of the future can be rolled back to a point where people realized that what would happen or what they should do was uncertain and had no access to the future, except to look for it through their potential forces in the past. Therefore, the link between the past and present and the reference to experiential-emotional is the introduction and the key to understanding the future. Since parenting styles are one of the most important developmental experiences in shaping the person s future behavior and personality, this study aimed to investigate the role of parental parenting styles in predicting anthropometric thoughts and prospective ruminants of. Students. This research was conducted on second-grade female students in Bandar Abbas. A sample of 300 students was selected through a one-stage stratified random sampling method among male and female students. In order to assess the variables of the research, questionnaires were used by Bumerind parenting method (1972), Welsh anxiety thoughts questionnaire, and ruminant questionnaires: Nullen Hoeksma and Marrow (1991). Parenting style in one stage and anxiety and rumination in three stages was evaluated. To analyze the data, the scores of parenting styles and the difference in the scores of anxiety and rumination thoughts in three stages were used through multivariate regression analysis. The results showed that parenting styles significantly influenced students anxiety though 6.7% and had a significant effect on 35.87% on futuristic rumination. It should be acknowledged that parenting styles affect children s intellectual and mental stresses. Therefore, the use of proper parental style by parents will affect the reduction of anxiety and stomach upbringing of students.

Keywords:

Anxious Thoughts, prospective Ruminants, Parenting Style, authoritarian parenting style, authoritative parenting style, permissive parenting style

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