Future Perspectives with Readiness of Addiction in Payam Noor University Students

Fatemeh Torkamani, S. Abdolwahab Samavi

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between future perspective and readiness of addiction in students of Payame Noor University. This research is a descriptive-correlational design. The statistical samples of the study consisted of students of Payame Noor University in Iran who were 7802 students in the academic year of 2017-2018. Who were selected by stratified random sampling and responded to the future perspective inventory of Zimbardo and Wade and Boucher readiness of addiction inventory. The results showed that there is a reverse and significant relationship between future perspective and readiness of addiction among students of Payame Noor University in Iran. Totally, the future perspective explains the readiness of addiction in students and has a decreasing effect (p <0.01 and Beta = 0.191.

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