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Clinical Cancer Investigation Journal
ISSN Print: 2278-1668, Online: 2278-0513
Year: 2022   |   Volume: 11   |   Issue: 1 S   |   Paper ID: CCLS220347

Investigating the Effectiveness of Choice Theory on Marital Conflicts in Women


The present research aims to investigate the effectiveness of choice theory implementation on the action flexibility, lifestyle, and psychological needs satisfaction in betrayed women referred to the medical clinics of Tehran city. The sample size included 30 women selected from among the mentioned population using simple random sampling. Then, they were divided into two 15-member test and control groups. The pretest-posttest control group experimental research design was applied. The measurement tools included Conner- Davidson (2003) Action-Flexibility Scale, Laali and his colleagues (2012) lifestyle questionnaire, and William Glasser's four basic needs .At first, two groups were pretested. Next, the choice theory was implemented in the test group during eight 90-minute sessions. After the interference termination, both groups were post-tested. The data were analyzed using multiple covariance analysis. The results revealed that the choice theory implementation has been effective in action flexibility, lifestyle, and psychological needs satisfaction, and there observed a significant difference between the two test and control groups in the post-test stage (P<0/01).

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