1. The Prediction of Hospital Stress Based on Self-Actualization and Life Orientations (Optimism and Pessimism) in Female Nurses

Habibollah Naderi; Abbas Akbari; Roya Abbasi-Asl; Fatemeh Amraee

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, , Pages 44-48


  Background: Hospital stress is one of the most important factors in nurses’ mental health. So, this study aimed to investigate the effects of self-actualization and life orientation on hospital stress. Methods: This research was a correlational study. We analyzed the data via multiple regression ...  Read More

2. Role of Female Students’ Self-Regulation in Predicting Moral Identity: A Structural Equation Modeling Study

Roya Abbasi-Asl; Soheila Hashemi; Mahdi Khabbazi Kenari; Fereshteh Baezzat

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2019, , Pages 1-6


  Background: Considering the significance of morality and the need to understand its determinants, as well as the growing tendency toward dealing with psychological variables as latent variables as they are in the real world, it is not surprising that in the moral psychology area, classical statistical ...  Read More

3. Causal Model for Depression Based on Psychological Capital by Mediating of Hospital Stress and Anxiety in Woman Nurses

Fereshteh Baezzat; Mohammadtaghi Mirmostafaee; Abbas Akbari; Roya Abbasi-Asl

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 1-8


  Background: In modern societies, nurses’ issues and investigation of their problems has found a vital importance. Objectives : The present study investigated the mediating role of hospital stress and anxiety in relationship between psychological capital and depression in women nurses. Methods: ...  Read More