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A comparison of self-esteem and attribution styles among two groups of addicted and non-addicted adolescents. etiadpajohi. 2004; 2 (6) :67-84
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The present research tries to compare self-esteem and attribution styles among two groups of addicted and non-addicted adolescents and their relations. By applying comparative-causal method among 15-18 year-old alodescents in special centers, 50 adolescents were selected. The same number of non- addicts, some of whom had common characterisics as same as the first group, were also selected by using multi-stage cluster method. After gathering and analyzing the information by applying t tests and correlation coefficient as well as examing different assumptions, we achieved the following findings: • Non-addicted individuals have more internal, sustainable and general attributions. • Non-addicted individuals are more self-esteem. • There is a meaningful relationship between different aspects (interior-exterior,sustainable-unsustainable,general-particular, pleasant-unpleasant) of attribution styles in each group.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/06/10 | Accepted: 2014/06/10 | Published: 2014/06/10

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