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Rahmati Z, Khodabakhshi Koolaee A, Jahangiri M M. Investigating the Moderating Role of Self-Compassion in the Relationship between Resilience to Stress and Drug Craving in Drug-Dependent Men. etiadpajohi. 2021; 15 (60) :253-276
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Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Khatam University, Tehran, Iran.
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Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the moderating role of self-compassion in the relationship between resilience to stress and drug craving in drug-dependent men. Method: The present study was descriptive-correlational with structural equation model design. The statistical population included all drug-dependent men referred to addiction treatment centers in the city of Andisheh. Of this population, 140 people were selected by purposive sampling method and completed the post-detoxification craving and temptation scale, the resilience scale, and the self-compassion scale. Data were analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficient, structural equation modeling, and bootstrapping method with 5000 re-samples. Results: The results of the structural equation model showed that the direct effects of the variables of resilience to stress and self-compassion on drug craving were significant. Also, the interactive effect of self-compassion and resilience variables on drug craving in drug-dependent men was statistically significant. Conclusion: According to the results, it can be said that both variables of resilience to stress and self-compassion play an important role in craving. Also, the results showed that the effects of resilience to stress in managing drug craving are moderated by self-compassion.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/11/16 | Accepted: 2021/08/1 | Published: 2021/07/15

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