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Paper Title :
Relationship Between Training Life Skills And Mental Health In Students Of Islamic Azad University

Author :Naziasadatnasseri, Farahnaz Sharif

Article Citation :Naziasadatnasseri ,Farahnaz Sharif , (2015 ) " Relationship Between Training Life Skills And Mental Health In Students Of Islamic Azad University " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 110-115, Volume-1,Issue-9, Special Issue-2, Oct

Abstract : In this study, researcher examined the relationship between training life skills and mental health in students of Islamic Azad University. The statistical population were two classes of students who have studied at Faculty of Education in Islamic Azad University of Mashhad (210 students). Research method was quasi experimental method (comparison of static groups). Analytical techniques such as T test were used to analyze the data. According to the results were determined that there was a significant difference between the rates of depression, hypochondria, sensitivity, aggression, and phobia in university students who were taught life skills and the ones who were not. But, there was no significant difference between the rates of anxiety, obsession, paranoia, and psychosis among the university students who were taught life skills and the ones who were not. In general, there was a significant difference between the rate of mental health in individuals who were taught life skills and the ones who were not. key words- Life skills, Mental Health, Students, Islamic Azad University

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