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Kazemi S, Bayrami M, Movahedi Y. A Comparison between the psychological well-being of parents of anger bullies, victims and normal students in the city of Tabriz. IJRN. 2015; 1 (3) :65-75
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Department of psychology, Faculty of psychology, Tabriz
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Introduction: Bullying is one of the well-known behavioral problems in adolescence, which may a kind of violence is prevalent in schools.The purpose of this study was to compare the psychological well-being anger bullieschr('39') parents with psychological well-being victimchr('39')s parents and normal children. Methods: This research is a causal-comparative study. In this study 166 parents of 89 high school students (30 bullychr('39')s children, 24 victim students and 35 normal students) were enrolled in Tabriz by using of cluster sampling. The self-report scale of Olweus bully and victim and anger Nilsson scale and Psychological well-being Ryff questionnaire was used after determining the Validity and reliability. Data were analyzed using SPSS version 19 software using descriptive statistics and multivariate analysis of covariance method. Results: The results showed there is a significant difference between three groups of mothers (bullies, victims and normal) in psychological well-being except the component of positive relationships and self-determination (P<0.05). Mothers of bullies children in comparison to the other two groups had lower mean scores of psychological well-being. In addition, a significant difference was showed in the components of positive relationship and self-acceptance between three groups of fathers (bullies, victims and normal) (P <0.05) whereas, there was no significant differences in other components of psychological well-being in these groups (P>0.05). Conclusion: The results showed that parents of bullychr('39')s children have lower psychological well-being than other two groups (victims and normal children’s parents). Even in this group motherschr('39') psychological well-being were lower than fathers,

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Received: 2015/04/22 | Accepted: 2015/04/22 | Published: 2015/04/22

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