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Rajabi G, Leyagat H, Abaspour Z. STUDY OF MARITAL COMMUNICATIONAL SKILLS AND MARITAL CONFLICT AS MEDIATORS’ FAMILY OF ORIGIN AND MARITAL SATISFACTION. Nursing and Midwifery Journal 2021; 19 (4) :275-286
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1- Professor of Psychology, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahwaz, Iran. (Corresponding Author) , rajabireza@scu.ac.ir
2- Master of Family Counseling, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahwaz, Iran
3- Assistant Professor of Counseling, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
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Background & Aim: This study aimed to examine the model of marital conflict and marital communicational skills as mediators' family of origin and marital satisfaction. Materials & Methods: This study using was conducted correlative type of simultaneous hierarchical regression in population of female married nurses of public and private hospitals related to Jondi-Shapour University of Medical Sciences. 200 female, married nurses were recruited according to inclusion and exclusion criteria and using voluntary sampling method, and then they responded to Family of Origin Scale, Marital Satisfaction Scale, Kansas Marital Conflict Scale, and Marital Communication Pattern Questionnaire. The data were analyzed using Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient and Simultaneous Hierarchical Regression Analysis by statistical software of SPSS-22. Results: The results of correlation coefficients showed that there were significant, positive and negative correlations between family of origin, marital communicational skills, and marital conflict with marital satisfaction. Also, the results of the simultaneous hierarchical regression analysis indicated that marital communicational skills significantly, positively and marital conflict significantly, negatively mediated the relationship between family of origin and marital satisfaction. Conclusion: According to the findings, individuals' previous experiences in their family of origin influence their later lives with their spouses and bequeath a perpetuated effect on their experiences and behavioral patterns.
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