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taghipuor B, sharifi S F, abdi F, barzegaran R. The role temperament and character dimensions and self-compassion in predicting quality of life women with musculoskeletal pain. rph. 2022; 15 (4) :1-15
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1- MA in clinical Psychology, Faculty of human Sciences, University of Islami azad, Ardabil unit, Ardabil, Iran , behzad.taaghipuor1386@gmail.com
2- MA in clinical Psychology, Faculty of human Sciences, University of Islami azad, Ardabil unit, Ardabil, Iran
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The purpose of this study was to determine the role self-compassion and temperament character dimensions and in predicting quality of life women with musculoskeletal pain. This descriptive study is of correlative kind. Population of the research includes all the patients suffering from musculoskeletal pains who had referred to medical centers of Ardabil City. Sample of the study was 210 patients suffering from musculoskeletal pains whom were selected by an available manner. For collecting data, questionnaires of self-compassion Raes & et al (2011), Temperament and character dimension Cloninger et al (1994) and quality of life were used. Obtained data was analyzed by Pearson’s correlation coefficient and multiple regressions. The results of analyzing the multiple regressions showed that self-compassion (%31), dimensions of temperament (%22) and dimensions of character (%31) explained the common variance of quality of life World Health Organization (1989). These findings show that self compassion and temperament and character dimensions  has a considerable role in predicting quality of life of the patients suffering from musculoskeletal pains. These results have important implications in prevention, pathology and clinical deal.
Article number: 1
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/02/4 | Accepted: 2022/05/22 | Published: 2022/05/31

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