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The Prediction of the Psychological Well-being Based on Resilience and Life Expectancy in Diabetic Patients
with Retinal Damage

By : Neda Sheibani

Abstract
The present study was examined the prediction of the psychological well-being based on resilience and life expectancy in diabetic patients with retinal damage.
The participants were 100 (46 male, 54 female) diabetic patients with retinal damage selected from Doctor Khodadoust Hospital. For assessing the research goal-oriented the participants completed three measures: Psychological well-being Questionnaire, Resilience Questionnaire, and life expectancy Questionnaire. The results showed that resilience was significant positive predictor of the psychological well-being. The life expectancy was significant positive predictor of psychological well-being. Also, the comparison of male and female in psychological well-being and it dimension wasn’t significant.

Keyword: Psychological well-being, Resilience, Life expectancy, Diabetic Patients with Retinal Damage.

ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY
Arsanjan Branch
Faculty of Humanities
Department of Psychology
(M.A.) Thesis
On General

Subject:
The Prediction of the Psychological Well-being Based on Resilience and Life Expectancy in Diabetic Patients
with Retinal Damage

By: Neda Sheibani

EVALUATED AND APPROVED BY THE THESIS COMMITTEE AS:
Excellent
Mitra Mahmoodi (Ph.D) Advisor
Shahrbanoo Haghighat (Ph.D) Judge Master 1
Siroos Sarvghad (Ph.D) Judge Master 2
Head of Complementary Educations Reseearch Administration
Mahboobeh Chinaveh (Ph.D) Heydar Aqababa (Ph.D)

Summer 2014

ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY
Arsanjan Branch

Faculty of Humanities
Department of Psychology
(M.A.) Thesis
On General

Subject:
The Prediction of the Psychological Well-being Based on Resilience and Life Expectancy in Diabetic Patients
with Retinal Damage

Thesis Advisor:

Mitra Mahmoodi (Ph.D)

By:

Neda Sheibani

Summer 2014