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The Relationship between Object Relations and Emotional Adjustment, Social Adjustment and Education Adjustment in Junior High School Girl Students
The present study examined the relationship between thematic relations and emotional adjustment, social adjustment and education adjustment in junior high school girl students.
This is a correlation study. In this study 235 junior girl students, 17-16 years old, were randomly selected from 10 girl’s high schools in Tehran District 3 in education year of 1391-1392. Bell Object Relations Inventory (BORI) and school adjustment questionnaire (AISS), were completed by the participants.
Showed a significant positive relationship between relationship compatibility issues there. (P 0.01) Object Relations in general can be a predictor of how adaptation. (β=0.42، sig. =0.00)
The relationship between the role of emotional adjustment, social and educational role and relationships of students are subject to adjustment.
Keywords: Object Relations, Adjustment (Emotional, Social, Educational)
8 True self
9 False self
29 Early interpersonal-developmental experiences
30 Mental template
31 Phenomenological experience
32 Charcter disorders
33 Specific developmental deficits
34 Corrective experiences
38 Biopsychosocia Model
44 object relations
47 St. Clair
51 insecure attachment
52 ego centericity
53 social Incompetence
57 emotional adjusment
58 social adjusment
59 education adjusment
62 Mask theory
63 Subtance theory
70 Anna Freud
71 Rene Spitz
72 Melani Klein
81 reaction formation