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Gholzar Sirjani M, Bayanfar F. The role of couples' communication patterns in emotional rupture. jarcp. 2021; 2 (4) :33-51
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Assistant Professor, Payame Noor University, Department of Psychology, Payame Noor University, Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
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Aim: The present study aimed to determine the role of couples' communication patterns in the emotional detachment of married students. Methods: The research was a basic correlational study. The statistical population consisted of all married students studying at the Azad University of Mashhad in the academic year of 2020. We selected the samples using convenience sampling, and the sample size was equal to 246. We collected data using Fitzpatrick and Ritchie Family Communication Patterns Questionnaire (1990), and Gottman Emotional Divorce Scale (EDS) (2008). We used multiple regression analysis to analyze the data. Results: The results indicated a significant negative correlation between the conversation orientation communication pattern and emotional detachment, but a significant direct correlation between conformity orientation communication pattern and emotional detachment. Conclusion: Emotional divorce can decrease by providing necessary training to improve family communication patterns and the adaptive motivational structure of couples who have emotional divorce problems or are seeking a divorce.
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Received: 1399/11/20 | Accepted: 1399/11/20 | Published: 1399/11/20 | ePublished: 1399/11/20

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