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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Coping Styles with psychological pressures in students of Iran University of medical sciences

Author: DR. AZITAAMIRFAKHRAEI, MEHNOOSHHEDAYATI RAD , MOHAMMADREZA PIRMORADI
Abstract: The purpose of the current study was to assess different kinds of students' problems during academic year and their coping styles. In a descriptive–cross sectional study, a sum of 940 medical students filled demographic, psychological pressures, and coping styles questionnaires. Sum of 5 indicators via psychological pressures questionnaire, and cognitive, emotional, behavioral, problem-solving, and avoidance styles were assessed via coping styles questionnaire during the last year. Nearly 71.8% of sample was aged from 19 to 20. From whole of the sample 65.46%, 95.29% and 49.45% were female, single, and being township respectively. The percentage of economic, educational, familial, individual, and social problems were 26%, 25%, 20%, 17% and 12% respectively which were significant based on gender and marital Status (p<0.01, p<0.04) but in case of being or not being township. The percentages of Coping styles questionnaire subscales, problem solving, cognitive, emotional; behavioral, and avoidance styles were 25%, 24%, 19%, 18% and 14% respectively, while there was no significant difference in gender, marital status, and township ( P>0.05).Findings are congruent with previous studies; psychological disorders and coping styles of IUMS students are nearly compatible with other researches done in our country.
Keyword: Coping, Psychological pressure, Medical student.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.071
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