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1384 ¬BTvMBU .2 ¶nBª{ ,´‾ ¤Bw . 34 »wB®z‾A°n —¦\« Journal of Psychology, 2005 (Summer), Vol. 9, No. 2 A STUDY OF EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN SOCIOMETRIC GROUPS The aim of this study was to determine rate of educational achievement in sociometric groups and probable dif erences between two genders. 24 classes in three grades (third and fifth in primary schools, and second in junior high schools) were selected. Al together 826 students (boys and girls) participated in the sociometric study, from which based on analysing social preferences, 288 students were selected in four sociometric groups:Accepted,average, neglected, andrejected.Results showed meaningful dif erences between sociometric groups in terms of their educationnal achievement: The highest educational achievement was observed in the accepted group while the least was abserval in the rejected group. Results also showed meaningful dif erences (p< 0.05) between boys' and Keywords: sociometry, gender, educational achievement, education levels.
* Faculty of Educational Sciences & Psychology, University of Esfahan.
THE EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY ON THE DEXAMETHASONE SUPPRESSION TEST, PSYCHODYNAMIC CONDITONS AND DYSFUNCTIONAL ATTITUES IN Fateh Rahmani,# Parirokh Dadsetan,##Ph.D.; Mohammad Kazem Atef Wahid,### Ph.D.; & Iraj Omidi, Ph.D.
In this article, the ef icacy of both short-term dynamic psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy was compared in terms of modifying the results of the Rorschach test, the Dysfunctional A ttitude Scale, and Dexamethasone Suppression Test. Besides, through the findings, etiological considerations of depression were also investigated. The research method was a quasi-experimental design with pre-test and post-test for two groups. Subjects were 34 patients subjected to major depressive disorder which have been selected from a group of depressed clients of counseling centers in Sanandaj. The selection was based on a clinical interview using DSM-IV criteria as wel as results of the Beck Depression Inventory. Patients were randomlylocated into short-term psychodynamic and pharmaco therpy groups. Participants were tested before interventions as a pre-test and nine month later as a post-test. Results showed that both treatment methods had identical influences on the Dexamethasone Suppression Test and Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (the somatic and cognitive criteria). However, the short-term dynamic psychotherapy had a more efficacy on the symptom remission, designated by the Beck Depression Inventory, and also on the restoration of psychosocial functioning,concluded from the Rorschach test. The results, also, indicated that the somatic, cognitive and psychodynamic aspects of depression have a probable interaction, so that intervening one of them influences the others. In terms of proper selection of depressed clients for the various therapeutic strategies, the important result was the similar effects of the short-term dynamic psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy, in treating the patients with abnormalities in dexamethasone suppression test.
Keywords: dynanic psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, dexamenthasone, suppression, dysfunctional at itudes, depression.
* Psychology Dept; Tarbiat Modarres University (Tehran) A STUDY OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Ali Fathi Ashtiani,# Ph.D.; Jaafar Keyvani,##Ph.D.; Batool Mahin-Zaeem,#M.Sc.; Tahereh Seyedena,###M.Sc.; Fateme Seddigh-Haghighat,####M.Sc.; Seddigheh Taraghijah,#####M.Sc.
This study aimed to compare mental health and academic achievement of tal ented university students who are studying under single major and double major educational programs. Three hundred talented students (150 single major and 150 double majore) were selected from Tehran, Amir Kabir, Sharif, Elm-o-sanat, Shahid Beheshty, Al ameh Tabatabaie, and Ferdosi universities. Al participants completed the SCL -90-R and the Personal Educational Characteristics Questionnaire. Results indicated that positive sings and symptoms indices in the students are more than social norm. In addition, obsessive - compulsive and interpersonal relationship sensitivity among single major students meaningful dif erences compared with double major students. Also scores mean of double major excel ent students in first major meaningful y were higher than single major ones. Related to gender, results showed that scores mean of female double major students were meaningful y more than female single major students.
But, there were no such dif erences between male students. Meanwhile, the research indicated that among double major students, first major scores mean Keywords:tal ented university students, mental health, academic achievement, * Behavioral Sciences Research Center, Baqiyatal ah University of Medical Sciences ** Research & Curriculum Institute for High Education ***** Ministry of Science Research & Technology A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE HIGH SCHOOLS' PERFORMANCE Maryam Fatehizadeh,#Ph.D.; Ahmad Reza Nasr-e-Esfahani,# Ph.D.
The main object of this research was to study high schools' performance in developing social skil s in students. First, a list of 369 social skil s was produced and its content validity was confirmed by specialists in the relevant fields. Next, four trained observers did al obserations as a pilot study as wel as the main study. Obserations have done in four dif erent areas: 1. teachers of al subjects in al grades, 2. counselors, 3. teachers of extra curricula, and 4. of ice staf s.
Observers recorded the frequency and quality of al social skil s which were observed during a period of 4 months. In addition, teachers' approaches to teaching, existence or lack of group activities in class or school and the way they were done were also observed and recorded. Results indicated that throughout this time 72207social skil s were observed and recorded in total. The frequency percentage of the observed social skills were (from most to least): Communicative skil s (%55.46), assertive skil s (%22.61), skil s in taking responsibility (%6.57), self-regulating skil s (%4.07), coping skil s (% 3.62), skil s in finding work (% 2.78), skil s in fil ing free time (% 2.58), skil s in understanding social values (% 1.84) and knowing social rules (% 0.44).
Expressing the shortness of the existing eonditions in satisfying the students' needs in having social skil s, it was concluded that if schools want to play a real and ef ective role in making students learn al essential social skil s, they must provide appropriate situation and realistic planning.
Keywords:social growth, social skil , training high school students, qualitative * Faculty of Educational Sciences & Psychology, University of Esfahan RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COPING SKILLS AND JOB SATISFACTION Mohammad Reza Asghari Harandi,#M.Sc.; Ahmad Borjali,# Ph.D.
This research aimes to examine the relationship between coping skil s and job satisfaction, while comparing coping skil s as factor for stress control and adjustment. The research sample consisted of 102 employees (68 men and 34 women) of the Tehran Mostazafan Foundation (the foundation for deprived and devotees or self-sacrificing) who were chosen through the simple random sampling. The research design was the Ex-post-facto type. To measure coping skil s and job satisfaction the M.S.Q and the Coping Skil s Questionnaire, were used. Pearson correlation coef icient and independent t-test were used for analysing data. Results confirm significant relationship between rate of coping skil s and job satisfaction of the employees and existence of a significant dif erence between the rate of job satisfaction and coping skil s between men and Keywords: coping skil s, job satisfaction, Mostazafan Foundation.
* Faculty of Psychology & Educational Sciences, Al ame Tabatabaie, Tehran SEX AND GENDER ROLES DIFFERENCES IN FEAR OF SUCCESS AMONG Beheshte Abdi, M.A.; Mehrnaz Shahraray,# Ph.D. & Mohammad Naghi Farahani,# Ph.D.
In order to investigate sex and gender role dif erences in fear of success, four hundred and fiftysenior engineering universitystudents (225 women, 225 men), completed the Bem Sex Role Inventory (Bem, 1981), and the Fear of Success Scale (Z uckerman & A l ison, 1976). Chi square test showed significant relationship between gender roles and sex. Using a two way analysis of Variance showed no intraction ef ects of gender roles and sex on fear of success (FOS).
Also there was no main ef ect of sex dif erences on the FOS, however there were main ef ects of gender roles on the FOS. As predicted, while androgynous subjects showed the lowest FOS scores, feminine and undif erentiated subjects showed the Keywords: gender roles, sex, Bem Sex Role Inventory, fear of success.
* Tarbiat Moal em University, Tehran.

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