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Factors Promoting Religious Concepts and Beliefs among Students: A Case Study of Guidance- and High-School Students of District 2 of Tehran

Nazila Khatib Zanjani; Mehran Farajollahi

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 2-20

  The aim of this study is to shed light on the factors promoting the religious concepts and beliefs among the guidance- and high-school students in district 2 of Tehran. The study was a descriptive survey, and the statistical population consisted of all male and female guidance- and high-school students ...  Read More

Prevalence of Internet Addiction and Its Relationship with Demographic Characteristics among Allameh Tabataba'i University Students

Hoda Sadat Ahmadi; Fatemeh Zadehmuhammadi; Mahdieh Ma'soumbeigi; Faramarz Sohrabi

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 20-30

  The purpose of this research is to study the prevalence of Internet addiction and its relationship with age, sex and education level among Allameh Tabataba'i University students. For this purpose, 667 students who were internet users were selected by available sampling and took Young's Internet Addiction ...  Read More

On the Relationship between Personality Traits, Studying Approaches and Academic Achievement in BA Students at Allameh Tabataba'i University

Hadi Ja'farinejad; Esma'il Sa'dipour; Mehrdad Hajihassani; Hiva Muhammadjani

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 36-56

  The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between personality traits, studying approaches and academic achievement in BA students at Allameh Tabataba’i University. The method used in the study was descriptive-correlational survey. In this research, a total sample of 110 students ...  Read More

A Comparison of Coping Styles and Religious Practice among Students of Religious and Secular Non-Profit High Schools of Tehran

Somayyeh Azizi; Mansoureh Sadat Sadeqi; Muhammad Ali Mazaheri; Muhammad Ali Fayyazbakhsh

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 56-87

  This study is designed to investigate the relationship between religious practice and coping styles in students of religious and secular high schools and discover the impact of approaches taken by schools to religious education on the students’ religiosity and application of religion in their lives. ...  Read More

A Study of the Impact of Virtual and Real Laboratories on Students' Learning and Retention of Physics and Laboratory

Hanieh Mastour; Khadijeh Aliabadi; Maryam Moqaddasin

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 90-112

  The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of virtual as well as real laboratory on third-grade high-school female students' learning and retention of physics and laboratory course. The design of the study was a pre-experimental study with pre–test, post–test and follow-up. 30 ...  Read More

A Survey of the Relationship between Talent Identification Activities of Schools and Identity Dimensions of Students

Hussein Eskandari

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 114-137

  In recent documents issued by the Ministry of Education, the word "Identity" has been frequently repeated and underlined. One of the main missions of the talent identification activities of schools is to foster different dimensions of identity such as personal identity, social identity and religious ...  Read More

An Investigation of the Interventional Effect of Interactive Mental Imaginary and Emotional Load of Words on Recall and Recognition

Hussein ' Zare; Vahideh Saleh Mirhassani

Volume 8, Issue 25 , October 2012, Pages 138-154

  The aim of this research is to study the impact of interactive mental imaginary and emotional load of words on recall and recognition. 40 postgraduate students were randomly selected to represent the control and experimental groups. The experimental group received training in interactive mental imagery ...  Read More