The Emotional Intelligence Training and its Effectiveness on Students with Visual Impairment

Ahmad Behpajooh; Reza Karaminejad; Baqer Ghobari Bonab; Mohsen Shokoohi Yekta

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 1-20

  Nowadays, emotions have an important effect on our behaviors. Therefore, in many studies conducted on emotional intelligence (EI), the researchers have tried to find out the relationship of EI and different variables. However a few studies have been conducted to examine whether emotional intelligence ...  Read More

Identification and Prioritization of Necessary Social Skills for Students with Mental Retardation in Work Place

Abbas Ali Hosseinkhanzadeh; Ali Reza Mohammdiarya

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 21-44

  Thisresearch aims at identifying the necessary social skills for students withmental retardation in work place.The present study is a descriptive-survey design. In this regard, 142teachers are selected as sample using convenient sampling method. In the nextstage, perspectives of teachers are surveyed ...  Read More

A Comparison of Attributional and Resilience Style between Normal Students and Ones with Visual or Motor Disability Aged 15 to 19 Year-Old in Cities of Sari and Qaemshahr

Mohammad Narimani; Masoud Talebi Jooybari; Abbas Abolqassemi

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 41-64

  Thepresent paper aims atcomparing the attributionalstyle and resilience in students with visual or motor disabilities and normalstudents. In this applied and field research, the statistical populationincludes all normal and disabled students aged between 15 and 19 years old inSari and Qaemshahr Cities. ...  Read More

Increasing adjustment of blind students via group counseling with rational-emotive-behavior approach

Farzaneh Nahidpoor; Mansoor Ali Hameedy; khadijeh zamanlo; Majid ghalkhani

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 61-74

  One of the most serious problems of blind peoplein their lives is the difficulty in adjusting to their disability. When theblind person doesn’t succeed in adjusting to his/her condition and toenvironment in general, insecurity and frustration will set in and that wouldcause to misbehaviors. Thus, ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Meaning Training on Resiliency and Life Quality of Mothers with Children of Special Needs

Mansoor Soudani; Mahnaz Mehrabizadeh Hoanrmand; Zargham Zarghamian

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 75-92

  The purpose of this study is to investigate theefficacy of meaning training on resiliency and improving the lifequality of motherswith children of special needs in Borazjan city. 222 mothers completed thequestionnaire of World Health Organization Quality Of Life andConnor-Davidson Resilience Scale. Then ...  Read More

The Comparison between Empathy Dimensions in Two Groups of Students with and without Intellectual Disabilities

Zeinab Abedi Daryooni; La'ya Bashash

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 93-112

  Various researches have consistently shown thatpeople with mental disabilities have difficulties in recognizing, describingand responding to the emotional states of others. The aim of this research isto compare empathy dimensions of two groups of students with and withoutintellectual disabilities. The ...  Read More

A Comparison of Signs of Anxiety and Depression in Draw a Person Test in Educable Mentally Retarded and Normal Students

Nastaran Seyed Esmaili Qomi; Ali Sheykholeslami

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 113-128

  The purpose of this study is to comparesigns of anxiety and depression in draw a person test in mentally retarded andnormal students. In this descriptive research, the statistical population consistsof all 11 year-old educable mentally retarded and normal students of Shahriyarcity in the academic ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Group Plays on Psychomotor Development of Educable Mentally Disabled Preschool Boys in Preschool in 2011

Arezoo Shahmiveh Isfahani; Tahereh Heidari; Ahmad Abedi; Marzieh Tavakolniya

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 129-144

  The purpose of this research is to determine theeffect of group plays on psychomotor development of educable mentally disabledboys (aged 5 to 7 years old). Thestatistical population of this studyincludes all boys with educable mental disability in preschool. The sampleconsists of 20 boys who are randomly ...  Read More

Factors Related to the Anxiety of Mothers with Exceptional Children

Maryam Alikhani; Alireza Manzari Tavakoli; Hamdollah Manzari

Volume 3, Issue 10 , March 2013, Pages 145-163

  The purpose of this study is to examine andpredict factors related to anxiety of mothers with exceptional children inJiroft city in 2011. In this applied and correlative research, the statisticalpopulation includes all the mothers of mentally retarded, deaf and blindchildren who are being educated in ...  Read More