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J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac 2017, 15(2): 95-106 Back to browse issues page
THE ROLE OF THE SELF-ESTEEM, PERCEIVED STRESS, ALEXITHYMIA AND COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE ON THE SEXUAL FUNCTION OF THE FERTILIZED AND UNFERTILIZED WOMEN
ziba Barghi Irani1, zohreh pirhayati 2, Fatemeh pirgholi3
1- Dr Assistant professor of psychological faculty , Payam Noor University South Tehran
2- MA The chief author & The master of Clinical Psychology, Payam Noor University South Tehran. (Corresponding Author , zohrehpirhayati@yahoo.com
3- MA Master of Educational Psychology, Islamic Azad University center Tehran
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Background & Aims: Fertility, childbirth and the healthy child at the center of many couples who started living together and infertility can interfere prominent in people's lives or partner they create, and given the high prevalence of infertility in the country, and the psychological effects Infertility on the individual, family and community and interpersonal relationships, this study aimed to determine the role of self-esteem, perceived stress, alexithymia and cognitive avoidance predict sexual function was fertile and infertile women. Methods: This correlational study - descriptive on 60 infertile women and fertile women attending clinics in Tehran on 94-95 half-year, the way was available.

Material & Methods: This correlation – descriptive study on 60 infertile women and fertile women attending clinics in Tehran on 94-95 half-year, the way was available. To collect the data, Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale, perceived stress [PSS], alexithymia Toronto 20 [FTAS], cognitive avoidance [CAQ], sexual function [FSFI] and demographic characteristics were used. The data obtained using multiple regression, multivariate analysis of variance and Pearson correlation analysis was performed. Analysis Results: The results showed that there is correlation between Alexithymia, the self-esteem, difficulty in description of feeling and thought with external orientation in (the subscale of Farsi version of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale-20 (FTAS-20) and substitution of positive thought in the subscale of Coping Strategies Questionnaire and sexual activities of in fertilized women. But Perceived Stress does not have significant and effective role in prediction Of unfertilized women sexual function. And none of variables are effective for fertilized women sexual function.

Conclusion: there is a significant difference between unfertilized and fertilized women sexual function.

Keywords: self-esteem, perceived stress, Alexithymia, Coping Strategies, sexual function, fertile and infertile women
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Barghi Irani Z, pirhayati Z, pirgholi F. THE ROLE OF THE SELF-ESTEEM, PERCEIVED STRESS, ALEXITHYMIA AND COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE ON THE SEXUAL FUNCTION OF THE FERTILIZED AND UNFERTILIZED WOMEN. J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac. 2017; 15 (2) :95-106
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Volume 15, Number 2 (May 2017) Back to browse issues page
مجله دانشکده پرستاری و مامایی ارومیه  Journal of Urmia Nursing And Midwifery Faculty
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