According to The Forecast Prepared Addiction Attachment Styles, Depression and Psychological Resilience
AbstractObjective: The present study examined the relationship between attachment style, depression and psychological flexibility was ready to addiction in the first year of secondary school girls. Population is comprised of all high school students in the area of Jarghooyeh. Among high school students in the Jarghooyeh, 90 patients were randomly selected sampling method. Methodology: In order to analyze the data were analyzed using Pearson correlation and regression. Subjects using the questionnaire attachment style, depression, psychological resilience were examined. Results: The results of the data analysis by Pearson correlation suggests a direct correlation with avoidant attachment style (r = 0.43), ambivalent (r = 0.31), depression (r = 0.81) and a significant inverse correlation with the willingness to addiction and mental flexibility (r = -0.75) and secure attachment (-0.44) was prepared addiction.(p<0.05). Conclusion: The results of the regression analysis showed that these three variables are able to account for 0.82 of the variation in fitness components to addiction (p<0.05).