عنوان مقاله [English]
a human being is a thinker who is affected his or her physical and mental health , not because of events that happening to him, but because of the way and king of attitude to the cases , problems and events that face. self-control is one of the dominant points of personality that is effective on the people's physical and mental health, or better to say it effects the quality of life ,therefore the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of Islamic self-control on the students' quality of life(Shahid Beheshti school in Birjand) taken from the following 5 steps: 1.promissing:targeting 2.observation:protection 3.calculation:estimation 4.accusation: self-encouraging and self-punishing 5.caution:foresight.
the research method is pre-test and post-test types of semi-experimantal with a three-month follow-up period with the control group.the population of the study is secondary school boy students in Birjand.Shahid Beheshti highschool of Birjand was selected using available sampling method. Among the students 120 of them who were in the middle and low level of quality of life score were selected and randomly assinned to the experimental group (60) and control group(60).The educational package of the research which was approved by 5 specialist and 5 teachers , was taught to the experimental in 8 training sessions during 2 months . to test the effect of Islamic self-control education package on quality of life, pre-test and post-test with three-months follow-up period were taken from experimental and control groups. the measurement tool for variable quality of life was the SF-12 quality of life questionnare (Montazeri et al :2009).the results showed that Islamic seif-control education in the experimental group had a significant effect on the quality of life of secondary school students in Shahid Beheshti highschool in Birjand compared to the control group.since people's quality of life is based on the idea derived from the effectiveness and control of emotions and since self-control also influences the proficiency and control of emotions of people and also based on previous studies with the finding of this research , we can say that self-control affects the quality of life of students.
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