Investigating the Relationship between Spiritual Intelligence and Social Adaptation among Girl High School Students in Shahreza City
AbstractThe present study aimed to explore the relationship between social adjustment and spiritual intelligence between male and female high school students in the Shahreza City done. Methodology: The study sample consisted of 150 high school students studying in the Shahreza City in the 2013-2014 school years. In this research the scale measuring students' socially compatible and Spiritual Intelligence Scale was used to collect data. To analyse research data in both descriptive and inferential statistical indicators used. Descriptive findings as mean, standard deviation, tables and graphs provided and the statistical T-test and Pearson's correlation coefficient was used. Results: The analysis results showed that there is a relationship between the spiritual intelligence and social adjustment. Conclusion: There is a significant relationship between general and critical thinking and social adjustment. There is a significant relationship between the ability to deal with problems of social adjustment and there is a significant relationship between moral and social compatibility between individualities. There is a significant relationship between consciousness and social adjustment.
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