The Relationship between the Attachment Patterns and the Coping Skills with Drug Abuse

Neda Raam, S. Reza Fallahchai, Taleb badri

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The Purpose of the present Study is to assess the attachment patterns and the skills to cope with drug abuse. The method of the study was descriptive, from a cohesive kind. The sample of the study included 108 subjects who were randomly chosen. To gather information, three questionnaires of attachment patterns, the coping skills, and researcher-made questionnaires were used. The data was analyzed, using multi-variable regression analysis. The results of the study indicated that the model under study explains 76% of the variance of the variable of criterion meaningfully and also there is a meaningful relation between the excitement-based skills of coping and drug abuse.

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