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rouholamin M. Study of assessing self-restraint and belief systems in Methamphetamine consumers at the beginning and the end of the Therapy Matrix sessions . اعتيادپژوهي. 2019; 13 (51) :89-106
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Esfahan payame noor university
Abstract:   (507 Views)
Objective: The objective here is to analyze the self-restraining capabilities, and the belief systems in methamphetamine consumers at the beginning and the end of the Therapy Matrix period in addiction treatment centers in the city of Esfahan during 2018 – 19.
Methodology: This study employed A quasi-experimental research design with pre-test and post-test is applied here .A group of 45 men addicted to methamphetamine, are selected on gettable basis from the newcomers of the treatment centers. The two Weinberger and Schwartz (SRS), (1990) self-restraint, and Holland et al.(SBI-15-R), (1998) belief systems'  questionnaires are applied on all in both tests. The group is subject to the Therapy Matrix in both the tests.
Results: The obtained results indicate that there exist differences among the average scores of self-restraint (anger suppression p=0.001, responsibility p=0.001, and considerateness p=0.001), and belief systems (religious beliefs and chores p=0.001, social support p=0.001), before and after tests.
Conclusions: The Therapy Matrix sessions are highly contributive in self-restraint and belief systems of the selected subjects.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/02/11 | Accepted: 2019/07/21 | Published: 2019/07/27

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