How To Effectiveness Pennsylvania Resilience Training On The Symptoms Of Procrastination In Gifted Adolescents With Perfectionism?

Razieh Khavasi, Mohsen SaeedManesh, Mahdiyeh Azizi

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This study investigated the effectiveness of the Pennsylvania resilience treatment program on procrastination in perfectionist adolescents with perfectionism in Iran. The research method was experimental and a pretest post-test research design with a control group. The statistical population of this study consisted of adolescent girls aged 12 to 16 years who responded positively to the call. They were invited to the clinic and filled out the perfectionism questionnaire. The experimental and control groups were divided. Pretest was performed on both groups, and after the treatment sessions, took a post-test was taken from both groups. Data collection tools were Solomon and Ratblom (1984) Academic Procrastination Scale questionnaires. Univariate analysis of covariance and analysis of covariance analysis defaults were used to analyze the data. The analysis results showed that the Pennsylvania Resilience Program has led to a reduction in the academic procrastination of perfectionist intelligent adolescents.

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