The study of relationships between Moral Intelligence and Self-efficiency with Psychological Well-Being among martyr’s wife and offspring of Urmia University

Mohammad Hassani, Maryam Shohoudi, Seyyed Jamal Mirghasemi

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Background and aim: According to appearance of positive approach to mental health in recent years, Psychological Well-Being As development of real talents of each person has attracted the attention of scientific communities. Therefore it is very important and essential to identify factors that influence "Psychological Well-Being". According to importance of Psychological Well-Being and its related variables, this study has been done for analyzing relationships between Moral Intelligence and Self-efficiency with Psychological Well-Being.

Method: Methodology of research was descriptive-survey. The statistical population included all martyr’s wife and offspring in faculty of literature of Urmia University in Academic year 1391-1392 (160 persons). According to the Morgan table and simple random sampling method, 116 cases were selected for samples of study. The research instrument was three questionnaires that reliability and validity of them was examined and confirmed. One-Sample T-Test, Pearson Bivariate Correlation Test, Multinomial Logistic Regression Test, Path Analysis and Independent-Samples T-Test were used for Data Analysis.

Findings: Findings show that: Self-efficiency of students was more than expected mean (p<0.01) and there was not any significant differences in two other variables; All three variables of research had positive correlation (p<0.01); Moral Intelligence and Self-efficiency, effected directly on Psychological Well-Being (p<0.01); Not only Moral Intelligence directly influenced Psychological Well-Being but also through Self-efficiency  influenced it indirectly; 5)Mean of the Moral Intelligence of boys was more than girls (p<0.05).There was not any significant differences in Self-efficiency and Psychological Well-Being between boys and girls.

Conclusion: According to results of study, attention to impressive factors on Psychological Well-Being in martyr’s wife and offspring is very important. So, considering morality in university can cause creation, preservation and promotion of Self-efficiency and Psychological Well-Being among students.

Please cite this article as: Hassani M, Shohoudi M, Mirghasemi SJ. The study of relationships between Moral Intelligence and Self-efficiency with Psychological Well-Being among martyr’s wife and offspring of Urmia University. Iran J Bioethics 2016; 6(19): 155-180.


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Moral Intelligence; Self-Efficiency; Psychological Well-Being; Martyr’s Wife and Offspring

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