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azadifard S, Amani R. The relationship between relational beliefs and conflict resolution styles with marital satisfaction. CPAP. 2017; 14 (2) :39-47
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1057-en.html

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Studies show that marital satisfaction is one of the most important factors for progress and achieve to life goals and is under the influence by various factors. This effect can be both directly and indirectly and in interaction with other psychological variables such as relational beliefs and conflict resolution styles. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to study the relationship between relational beliefs and conflict resolution styles with marital satisfaction.

In this descriptive study of correlation kind, statistical sample included 230 female married nurses was selected from the hospitals of Khorramabad city, through simple random sampling. Participants completed Relational Belief Inventory (RBI) and marital satisfaction Scale (ENRICH) and styles of conflict resolution (ROCI-II).

The results of Pearson Correlation test and Multiple Regression Analysis showed that a significant negative relationship there was between relational beliefs with marital satisfaction and belief in destructiveness of disagreement, belief in un-changeability of spouse, sexual perfectionism and mind reading expectation respectively, could best predict marital satisfaction. There was a significant positive relationship between the integrative and compromising conflict resolution styles and dominating, obligating and avoiding styles have negative relationship with marital satisfaction. Integrative and obligating styles, respectively, could best predict marital satisfaction.                                

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