Self-Regulation In Relation To Social Adjustment of Students

Sedigheh Torbat, Iqbal Zarei

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This study aimed to investigate the role of self-regulation in relation to social adjustment of 2nd secondary education students in Iran. The method of this research is descriptive and correlational. The statistical population consisted of 1790 of 2nd secondary education students in Iran. Based on the Cochran formula, a sample of 316 people (138 boys and 178 girls) was determined by multistage cluster sampling. To collect the data,   1. Petrides and Furnham (2006) Emotional Intelligence Inventory, and 2. Sinha and Singh (1993) Social Adjustment, were used. Data were analyzed by using Pearson correlation coefficient, two variant regression simultaneously using SPSS software. The findings indicated the significant relation between self-regulation and social adjustment (social adjustment, emotional adjustment and education adjustment) in 2nd Secondary Education Students in Iran. Self-regulation directly affects social adjustment.

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