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        1 - The Experimental Effects of Cognitive Appraisal and Emotional Suppression
        Sohrab Amiri Ali Isazadegan Abolghasem Yaghobi Mohammad Hossein Abdolahi
        The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of emotion regulation strategies of Cognitive appraisal and emotional suppression on emotional memory and executive functions Based on sensory processing sensitivity. Five hundred students were selected. 45 of them, based More
        The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of emotion regulation strategies of Cognitive appraisal and emotional suppression on emotional memory and executive functions Based on sensory processing sensitivity. Five hundred students were selected. 45 of them, based on score in Sensory Processing Sensitivity Scale were selected and participants were studied in Executive functions and Emotional Memory Assessment under normal viewing conditions, cognitive appraisal and emotional suppression. Data were analyzed by using multivariate analysis of covariance, univariate and post hoc tests. The results showed that significant differences between three groups in the executive functions and emotional memory. Group with high sensory processing sensitivity (HSP) in cognitive appraisal gained higher scores in most components of executive function and emotional memory. Suppression led to the group of high sensory processing sensitivity (HSP) achieved a lower score in executive function and emotional memory. Cognitive appraisal can interact with sensory processing sensitivity and lead to an increase performance in executive function and emotional memory. Manuscript Document
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        2 - Functional Structure and Presentation Model for the Positive Youth Development in Iranian Adolescents
        Mahmood Ghasemi Mohammad Taghi Farahani Mohammad Hossein Abdolahi
        The purpose of this research was identification of constituents and factor structure of Positive youth development. The research community includes the professors and practitioners of this field, PhD students and high school students. The sample consists of 15 professor More
        The purpose of this research was identification of constituents and factor structure of Positive youth development. The research community includes the professors and practitioners of this field, PhD students and high school students. The sample consists of 15 professors and experts who were chosen in a targeted manner and according to specialty. Also 25 PhD students from different universities participated in a accessible form. Finally, a sample of students includes 1200 students (600 girls and 600 boys) were selected through randomized cluster method. Given the nature of the subject and research objectives; in the first step, the contributing factors of "positive youth development" collected and analyzed based on three sources: studies and theoretical texts, practical plans, and measurements; and with emphasis on qualitative method of categorization. Then, measurement and structural models of positive young development extracted using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. The final model of research includes four factors; competency factors (11 items), communication (14 items), agency (13 items) and positive thinking (7 items). The presented model has similarities to existing models, but it has its own form of loading. Manuscript Document