Comparing Emotional Maturity and Marital Satisfaction in Married Men Having Healthy and Unhealthy Inference from their Family-of-Origin Employed in Tehran Oil Company
Azadeh Saffarpour1, Mina Sharifi2
1. MA in Counseling, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
2. MA in Psychology, Tehran University. Tehran, Iran
Abstract: The aim of this study was to analyze and compare the relationship between emotional maturity and dyadic adjustment in people having healthy and unhealthy inference from their family-of-origin. 240 individuals were selected to do this study from among 681 individual married men working at Pipe Line Oil Co. of Tehran using systematic random sampling. In this study, data obtained from, family-of-origin scale, dyadic adjustment scale, and emotional maturity scale. To analyze data the researcher used Z-test, Pearson correlation, multi-dimensional linear regression and T-test with independent samples. In this study, the researcher found that in two groups of samples having healthy and unhealthy inference from their family-of-origin there was significant relationships between the rates of 1. Emotional maturity and dyadic adjustment 2.The rate of emotional maturity and 3.Dyadic adjustment. The result of this study shows that the first hypothesis is supported by 95% confident and second and third hypothesis are by 99% confident at significant level of 0.0001. The result of this study focuses on the role of family-of-origin in creating emotional maturity and the quality of dyadic adjustment in people in the adolescence and after marriage.
[Azadeh Saffarpour, Mina Sharifi. Comparing Emotional Maturity and Marital Satisfaction in Married Men Having Healthy and Unhealthy Inference from their Family-of-Origin Employed in Tehran Oil Company. Life Sci J 2013;10(7s):152-159] (ISSN:1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com.
Keywords: emotional maturity, marital satisfaction, healthy inference, unhealthy inference.